John Monnette raised from the button, and both the small and big blinds called to proceed to the drawing rounds. The small blind took one card, the big blind two, and Monnette patted. Check-check, then a bet from Monnette. Call-call. The draws and the betting were the exact same on the second round, and the small blind patted on the third draw. The big blind took one, and Monnette took his cue to break his hand and take one more card. The small blind bet, the big blind folded, and Monnette called to see the cards.
The small blind showed but Monnette had managed a to take the pot.