Esfandiari Exits a Second Time
Matt Stout checked to Antonio Esfandiari on a flop of . Esfandiari bet 6,300, and Stout check-raised to 15,700.
"You are so ready to turn your cards over," Esfandiari commented, examining Stout.
Finally, Esfandiari moved all in, and Stout was priced in to call.
"I almost got you," Stout chuckled.
He did get Esfandiari when the turned, giving Stout a straight, and the completed the board. Esfandiari stood up from the table and wished the players luck before hitting the rail.
Stout is up to 250,000 chips.