The flop read when we came upon Kyle Sorel and Leon Campbell engaged in the hand. Campbell announced an all in bet for his last 163,000 and Sorel called.
Campbell was out in front with his overpair to the board and looked primed to double up heading to the final two cards. The turn was the , meaning that Campbell needed to dodge just a queen or an eight on the final community card. Alas, the river brought the , giving Sorel two pair and the best hand. Campbell was sent to the rail while Sorel dragged in the pot. The American is now sitting on about 1.2 million in chips.