Joe McKeehen just found himself all in for just a few big blinds, and he was up against both Bill Perkins and Byron Kaverman. Kaverman and Perkins had created a sizeable side pot, but the hand was checked down on a .
Kaverman, in position, bet 15,200 on the river and Perkins check-raised to 34,000. Kaverman smiled, sighed and ever so slightly shook his head before folding.
"You got it right," Perkins smiled to McKeehen who showed .
Perkins tabled and he claimed to side pot, getting Kaverman to laugh as he possibly folded the best hand.
McKeehen stayedin the pot, but he still only has 18,000 chips.