From under the gun, Guillaume Rivet raised to 4,100. A couple seats over in middle position was Matt Salsberg, and he made the call before action fell to Eddy Sabat in the hijack seat. Sabat reraised to 12,100, then play folded through and back to Rivet. He gave it up, but Salsberg came along to see the flop.
The flop produced the , and Salsberg checked. Sabat checked behind, and the dealer landed the on the turn. Salsberg fired 8,000, and Sabat made the call.
On the river, the paired the board. Salsberg bet 18,000, and Sabat quickly announced a call.
Salsberg showed the for two pair, aces and tens, with a queen kicker. Sabat tabled the for trip tens to win the pot.