Anthony Zinno raised to 300 from middle position only to have the next player over pop it up to 725 total. Action folded around to Knut Hatle in the small blind and he tossed out a call. Action folded back to Zinno who came along as well.
The trio took a flop of and Hatle checked. Zinno did the same, prompting the third player to continue out for 1,200. Hatle called by tossing out two 1,000-denomination chips. The dealer ruled that this was a raise, forcing Hatle to put out 2,400. The floor was called, however, and it was stated that since Hatle called with two chips of the same denomination, it was simply a call.
After the dust settled from this small conflict, Zinno announced a raise. He moved out 3,100, prompting the original raiser to let go of his cards. Hatle, however, stuck around.
The dropped down on the turn and Hatle quickly checked. Zinno continued his aggression with a bet of 4,000. Hatle instantly called and the finished the board. Hatle once again check-called, this time to the tune of 6,000. Zinno rolled over for the win and Hatle's cards were tossed quickly into the muck.
With this pick up, Zinno's stack is now up to about 49,500 in chips.