Andrew Kelsall raised to 150,000 and Chad Eveslage called for both to check the J♦7♣2♦ flop. On the 10♦ turn, Eveslage bet 300,000 and earned a call from Kelsall as the Q♠ river then completed the board.
Eveslage checked and Kelsall bet the pot to receive an instant fold by his opponent.
Eveslage opened to 180,000 next and folded to a pot-sized three-bet by Kelsall.
A limped pot then led to the J♦8♦8♣ flop on which Eveslage check-called for 75,000. The 6♥ turn was checked and Eveslage bet the K♠ river for 100,000. Kelsall tank-folded, suspecting a king and Eveslage nodded, mentioning king-jack.
The game type then switched to Badeucey and the first pot was chopped.