Stud Eight or Better
Travis Pearson bet out on fourth street with two babies, Benjamin Pollak raised with a ten-seven, and Josh Arieh called with four-king. Pearson called.
On fifth street, Pearson caught an eight and bet out again, Pollak, who got an ace, again raised. Arieh had two kings on board now, so he cold-called again. Pearson put the last of his chips in, and Arieh and Pollak called.
Sixth street brought a third king for Arieh and a second seven for Pollak. Arieh bet. Pollak looked disgusted when he mucked after some thought. The dealer tossed out seventh street to Arieh and Pearson.
Pearson took the low with an eight-seven, and Arieh's three face-up kings were good for the high.