Pat Pezzin raised from under the gun and action folded all of the way around the table to Tuan Le. Le tossed out a call and the two took a flop of . Le checked over to Pezzin who cut out a continuation bet. Le came over the top with a raise and Pezzin called.
The turn was the and Le dropped out a bet. Pezzin called and the completed the board on the river. Le bet and Pezzin went into the tank. After a moment, he announced a call. Le rolled over for aces and nines.
Pezzin had that beat, however, fanning for aces and jacks. Pezzin was pushed the pot and now has 66,000 in chips.
We're unsure of the action but arrived at the table in time to find WSOP bracelet winner Michael Moore all in and at risk against Mike Leah. Leah announced he had no pair when the money went in on sixth street, but he did have four to a heart flush. We arrived in time to see him slap the on the felt, making his flush and eliminating Moore from play. Leah dragged in the pot and now has about 128,000.
Cory Zeidman just bet on fourth street and Chino Rheem made the call. On fifth street Zeidman bet again and Rheem raised, but his opponent wasn't going anywhere. On sixth street Rheem check-called and Zeidman checked in the dark on seventh street.
Rheem bet again and Zeidman, without looking for his final card, made the call.
Rheem: (X-X) / / (X)
Zeidman: / / (X)
"You got kings?" Rheem asked Zeidman.
"No, Aces," Zeidman responded as he turned over .
"Oh, I guess I made kings up," Zeidman smiled, as some players laughed. Zeidman had improved his hand on seventh street and Rheem mucked his hands.