We arrived at the table when the cars were already turned up.
The board read and Joey Couden had rolled over . On the other side of the table, Lee Watkinson showed .
"He's got the wheel," the dealer said. The low half of the pot was clear but then discussions about the high half kicked off. Couden quickly navigated everyone the right way, saying that he had a seven-high straight and the table observed that they chopped with Watkinson, who conceded three-quarters of the pot to Couden.
Couden is now maneuvering a solid 120,000 while Watkinson dropped to 56,000.