An under-the-gun player raised to 1,700 and received calls from David "Devilfish" Ulliott in the cutoff and the player in the small blind. When the flop came down , the small blind checked while the UTG continuation bet 3,500. Devilfish was the only one to make the call and it was heads up to the turn.
The UTG continued his aggression with a bet of 8,000, which Ulliott quickly called as he chowed down on a bowl of salmon and rice. When the appeared on the river, UTG slowed down with a check, but quickly called Ulliott's bet of 8,500.
"Ace-king," the UTG player said as he tabled .
"Of course you have ace-king, buddy," Devilfish complained as he flashed his and sent it to the muck. Ulliott hasn't had much success here on Day 2b and is down to 28,000.