A player in early position limped and Paul Pierce, who was next to act, raised to 1,200. Action folded back to the limper who called. The flop came and both players checked. After the came on the turn the first player checked again and Pierce tossed out a bet of 1,200. The other player thought only for a few seconds before tossing in the call. The river brought the and both players checked and revealed their hands.
The ducks were good enough to win the pot but Pierce was still left with a decent stack of 52,000 after the hand.