With around 9,000 in the pot and a flop of , an unknown player in the small blind checked and Tom Grigg bet 5,700 from the button. A call was made and then the dealer burned and turned the . The small blind checked once again, but this time he woke up with a check-raise to 30,000 when Grigg bet 13,700. The latter thought for a few moments before calling, and that brought about the on the river.
The small blind kept the pressure on by betting 35,000, and Grigg, who only had about 35,700, hit the tank. He thought for a solid minute before tossing in a call and the small blind showed the for a missed straight. Grigg then tabled the for the second nuts.
Richard Ashby, who was seated to Grigg's right, asked what took him so long. "He could have had ," Griggs replied.