Phil Ivey raised from the button to 38,000 and Lee Nelson defended his big blind with a call to see the flop. After that, Nelson checked, Ivey bet 50,000 and Nelson gave it up.
A couple hands later, Ivey opened from under the gun to 38,000. Oliver Speidel called from the cutoff seat and then Nelson three-bet to 150,000 from the button. The blinds folded then Ivey gave it up as well. Speidel also chucked 'em in and Nelson won the pot.
On the next hand, action folded to Patrick Healy in the small blind and he raised to 38,000. Ivey called from the big blind and took a flop of in position against Healy. On the flop, Healy bet 35,000 and Ivey called.
The turn was the and both players checked to see the land on the river. Both players checked again. Healy showed queen high with the , but Ivey flopped a pair of sevens holding the and won the pot.