Corey Kempson just collected some chips after his river bet was paid off.
We caught the action on the turn with the community cards spread and Kempson checking from under the gun before the players in the hijack seat and the cutoff checked behind him.
The arrived on the end brining four to a flush and Kempson flicked out 550 into a pot of approximately 2,500. The hijack quickly folded but the cutoff committed to a call and Kempson revealed for a rivered flush.
“Same hand” quipped Kempson’s opponent tabling an ace-ten of his own, but with no diamond in his hand the pot was awarded to Kempson, who moved back up to right around starting stack.