Adam Owen raised to 12,500 from the small blind and the player in the big blind called.
The flop was and both players checked. The turn was the and Owen bet 13,000. His opponent called. The river was the and Owen bet 25,000 and his opponent snap-called.
Adam turned over for a five-high wheel straight, not exactly a hand that tops the preflop charts, and his opponent let out an exasperated noise as he released his hand into the muck.
Alex Ward opened to 11,000 from early position and Adam Owen three-bet to 27,000 from the cutoff. Ward called and check-called a 25,000 from Owen on the flop. Both players elected to check the turn.
On the river, Ward bet 37,000 and Owen considered it for a bit. After a minute, he committed the call. Ward showed for a busted draw, and Owen raked in the pot with a legitimate hand this time: .