2-7 Triple Draw
We picked up the action just after the first draw, heads-up between Brian Haveson and Shaun Deeb. We're not sure how many cards they drew, but Haveson check-called a bet, and he took two cards. Deeb was pat already, and he bet it again. Haveson check-called, and he checked after pulling one card on the last draw. Deeb patted and bet again, and Haveson liked his hand enough to check-raise. Deeb plunked the call into the pot with a frustrated knowingness.
Haveson rolled over the third-best hand, . It was good, and it knocks Deeb down under a million chips for the first time in a long time. He's got 904,000 now, while Haveson climbs to 860,000.