The structure of this event is such that early chunky showdowns are rare as sober shuffleboard players. We did spot one hand going to the river, over on table 64:
Pat Kiely raised to 400 preflop (blinds 75/150) and got four callers (three in position and the big blind).
Flop: As 3d 4h. Check to Kiely, who fired 1,200, called this time by Laurence O’Kane only.
Turn: Ac. Kiely led out quickly for 2,100, called just as quickly by O’Kane.
River: 7d. Another pair of quick decisions (this time, checks) and, showdown:
Kiely had stopped betting with his Kd Kh which is just as well because O’Kane tabled Ah Qs to take a nice early pot.