The good, old is known to poker players and fans as the "Doyle Brunson," but this time the hand belonged to David Williams as he raked in a pot with it.
Action folded to the player in the small blind, and he limped in. Williams was in the big blind and checked to see the flop come down . The small blind checked, Williams bet 200, and the small blind called.
The turn was the , and the small blind checked. Williams fired 600, and his opponent folded. Williams showed the for a turned flush and scooped the pot.