Now here's something you don't see every day. In fact, we didn't see it, but we heard the details from our colleagues from the PokerStars Blog.
Bryan Piccioli raised the hijack and Tamer Kamel defended his big blind. Both players checked the flop of and the hit the turn. Kamel checked, and called the 3,200 bet that followed.
The completed the board and Kamel checked. Piccioli bet 8,500 and Kamel called.
Kamel had a pretty good hand with for a flush. It was second-best, though, as Bryan Piccioli tabled for a royal flush!