We picked up a little pot on a flop as the player in position bet 200. The big blind check-called, but Brad Booth squeezed in a check-raise to 700. The bettor called, the big blind folded, and it was heads-up to the turn. Booth bet 800 now, and that was called too, and the landed on the river. Booth put out 3,000 this time, and his opponent finally surrendered.
Booth went ahead and showed his early , and that pot pushes him just above his starting stack.