Freddy Deeb opened to 6,000 from late position, and Scott Bohlman reraised to 19,000 from the big blind. Deeb called, and the flop came . Bohlman led out with a pot-sized bet of 39,000, and that sent Deeb deep into the tank. He started talking to himself. "Well, I went with this hand and I flopped it..." he began, trailing off. He counted down his stack, and he only had 38,200 left. After another moment, he said, "Well, I hope you don't have a set," and he announced the call.
"Aces," Bohlman said, rolling over for top set. It was just as Deeb feared, and he tabled for the underset.
"I'll give you a ride home," Lyle Berman said, now standing adjacent to Deeb sweating this final hand.
"Not if I catch a four," Deeb answered with a grin. The turn and river were the and , though, and there's no quads and no more chips for Deeb.
Looks like he'll be catching a ride home with Berman tonight.