Someone at the table opened the pot with a raise to 54,000, and both Doc Sands and Benjamin Logan called from their respective small and big blinds, three-handed to the flop.
It came , and Logan check-called a bet from the raiser while Sands ducked out. The turn went check-check, and the river saw the same action repeat.
At showdown, Logan could only show for the Royal Flush. That's all. We can't even remember if the words "Royal Flush" are supposed to be capitalized or not, that's how infrequently we've seen it happen. It's the first of Logan's career, and it comes in the WSOP Main Event, boosting his stack up a bit to about 1.9 million.