Breathing chip fumes himself, Benny Glaser was instantly all in too, moving in with Qd 3d. Max Silver gave him a spin with 7h 4h.
Flop: 3h 9h 3c. “Spicy,” said Glaser. Indeed.
Turn: 3s. “Not so spicy,” he said. The 8h river was academic, and Glaser had a short resurgence.
The coup de grace saw Glaser pick up the mighty pocket eights, but Silver was not to be outdone – he tabled pocket jacks, to general amused incredulity. Glaser headed to the cash desk, and there was only the matter of the trophy to be settled…