One of the more lively tables in the room is that of David Williams and Eddy Sabat. Laughs and jokes can be heard coming from their table, but that being said there is still some serious poker being played there.
In one hand we caught David Williams raised to 250 from the small blind. He was called by Naoya Kihara in the big.
On the flop of Williams bet 225 and Kihara called. The turn was the and Williams made another bet of 600 which Kihara called.
The river was the and both players checked.
Williams showed which left Kihara befuddled. He took a long look at the hand before Eddy Sabat finally said, "That's the nutterballs."
"Nope, there's a flush," Williams said after Kihara finally mucked.
"There's a flush?" Sabat asked laughing. "Are my eyes actually that bad?"
"I think there was even a straight flush," the dealer said as he was washing the deck.
Either way, looks like this will be a fun table to watch and listen to throughout the day.