We were watching a hand being played between Raymond Davis and an opponent at the far end of Table 127. Meanwhile, Rob Pisano leaned over to let us know he had 72,200 at the moment.
"How much?" asked Lyle Berman, sitting a couple to Pisano's right. "72," he said. "What do you have?" "92," answered Berman, indicating the 92,000 sitting in front of him. "That's a woooorld apart," he added with a grin, and the two commenced to talk about the now-eliminated player from whom Berman secured that chip advantage over Pisano.
Meanwhile Davis was raising to 1,100 from the cutoff and his opponent on the button called. The flop came . Davis checked, his opponent bet 1,350, and Davis called. The turn was the , and Davis again check-called his opponent's bet, this time for 2,700.
The river was the . Davis checked one more time, his opponent fired an 8,000-plus chip bet, and Davis instamucked. He now how 38,000.