This one started off rather interesting.
The dealer pitched out the cards, and Gary Benson claimed he saw the last card dealt to Zane Ly. Benson said he "saw a black card flash" and brought it up before any action had started, but while the dealer finished dealing out the rest of the cards. Ly was in the small blind. After all the cards were pitched, the first three players folded over to Paul Sharbanee in the cutoff seat. The discussion about the flashing card picked up, and the table requested a ruling from the floor staff about how to proceed. Ly also said he saw his card flash and that it was the top card of his four, but he kept it face down.
The floor came over, and it was ruled that because no one could say exactly what the card was and there was sufficient action with three folds, the hand would play on.
Sharbanee then limped in from the cutoff seat, Benson called on the button, Ly called from the small blind, and then Jason Gray checked his option in the big blind to allow the four players to see the flop for the minimum amount of 3,000.
On the flop, Ly checked, and then Gray bet 9,000. Sharbanee and Benson both folded, and then Ly called.
The turn was the , and both Ly and Gray checked to see the complete the board. Ly checked, and Gray checked behind.
"Flush," said Ly, showing the .
Gray mucked his hand, and Ly won the pot.