When we came to Chris Edgar's table there was a board showing and Edgar was first to act in the small blind position against the player in the big blind.
There was already almost 3,000 in the pot at this point and Edgar bet 1,100. His opponent then made it 2,000 more and Edgar made the call. The river would see the board completed with a and Edgar would again check and this time his opponent would slow down and tap the table behind him.
When Edgar tabled his , for trips, his opponent would muck his hand and Edgar would take down the handy little pot.