On a board of , John Holley held against an opponent who showed down . Holley's hand was good for three-quarters of the pot, as the two were chopping the low with ace-four, while Holley's ace-jack was good for the high.
"Nice job, buddy," Holley's clearly irritated opponent said. "I love the face that he's raising like he's got something."
Holley silently stacked his newly-won chips.