It looked as though we would have a limped pot after Justin Schwartz, and Jeff Madsen came in for the minimum. Layne Flack even completed his small blind; all that was left was for Adam Kagin to check. Instead, Kagin moved all in for 225,000. Schwartz was visibly disgruntled about this change in events, and after a few moments he moved all in. Madsen and Flack got out of the way and cards were tabled.
The dealer then plopped down a flop giving Kagin the advantage. A on the turn and a on the river sealed the deal and once again Kagin doubled up.