We walked up to the table to see Kevin Eyster in the middle of a three way pot. The flop was a scary looking , and Eyster and one of his opponents checked to the third player, who bet out a half pot sized bet of 2,800. The first player called, and it was on Eyster. He thought for about 20 seconds before slowly assembling a raise. The final number was 8,600, and both players folded to that bet.
Eyster, who finished second at the WSOP Circuit Main Event at the Lodge Casino in Blackhawk, Colorado in March, is now up to 205,000.