With approximately 4,300 chips in the middle, the flop read between Joris Springael and Matt Waxman. Springael was up first and checked to Waxman, who fired a bet of 1,775. Springael made the call to see the turn.
Fourth street was the and Springael checked. Waxman fired a bigger bet this time, wagering an even 5,000. Springael called once more.
The river card completed the board and it was the . With the board now paired with jacks, Springael checked with a little over 20,000 behind in his stack. Waxman moved all in for 16,175 and Springael tanked. After a couple minutes, Springael gave it up and Waxman raked in the pot.