When we caught up to Freddy Deeb and his table, where he was mixing it up by moving all in on a board. His opponent Jason Koon instantly called and flipped over for a straight. Deeb sheepishly showed for a pair of tens. Deeb would need an eight on the river in order to chop the pot. A river gave Deeb an irrelevent three of a kind.
After this hand Deeb was cut down to 27,000 while Koon was hovering around 315,000 in chips.
The very next hand Deeb moved all in and received a caller in one of our chip leaders David Benefield.
It was off to the races as the dealer spread out giving Deeb a set of sevens. If he could avoid a few run run draws Deeb could double up. The turn sealed the deal as no card could possible come to take the pot away from Deeb. A harmless was spiked on the river and Deeb doubled up to around 54,000.
Shortly there after though Deeb was eliminated.