Harrison Gimbel, who won the 2010 PCA for $2.2 million, opened for 3,200 from middle position and Richard Seymour defended from the small blind. The player in the big came along, and three players saw a flop of .
Two checks opened the door for Gimbel to continue for 3,600, and only Seymour called to see the turn. Both players checked, the completed the board on the river, and Seymour bet 5,200. Gimbel folded and Seymour flashed him pocket tens.