In the last hand before the dinner break, the player in the big blind had already left, which left dead money up for grabs.
Bernard Lee made a play for it with a raise to 1,275 from the hijack, but the player in the small blind opted to defend. When the flop fell , the small blind check-called a bet of 1,550, and then action went check-check on a turn.
A on the river saw the small blind bet 3,200, and Lee snap-called with for top pair. It was good as his opponent held .