After a player raised to 450 from middle position, Garry Gates made the call out of the big blind to see the flop come down . Gates checked, and the preflop raiser checked behind.
The turn paired the board with the . Gates fired a bet of 600, and his opponent made the call to see the land on the river. Gates led with another bet, this time for 1,000. His opponent tossed in the call.
Gates rolled over the for a flopped flush, and his opponent mucked.
On the next hand, a player opened with a raise to 500 on the button. Gates three-bet to 1,200 from the small blind, and the button made the call.
On the all-paint flop, Gates bet 1,200, and his opponent made the call. The dealer then added the to the board on fourth street, and Gates checked. Just as the player on the button was about to fired a bet of 1,800, Gates flicked his cards to the muck and gave up on the pot.