On the first draw, Jake Schwartz took two while Carol Fuchs took one card. Fuchs bet and Schwartz called. Fuchs then patted the final two draws while Schwartz took one each. Both times, Fuchs bet and Schwartz called.
"That's a scooper," Mike Gorodinsky said as Fuchs tabled the / for a Seven-Dugi and an eight-seven-six low. Schwartz chopped, however, as his / for a three card seven made an eight-seven-five low.
Throughout the hand, the table chat suggested that Fuchs would earn a pot courtesy of Schwartz right after arriving on the new seat but it all ended in a split pot.