Bryce Yockey got to the end from the small blind and bet, with Sumir Mathur his lone opponent in the big blind. Mathur announced a raise and Yockey sighed and put his head in his hands. Moments later, he folded, but some of his cards were exposed, showing at least the .
2-7 Triple Draw
Jon Turner raised in the cutoff and Mike Gorodinsky called. Yockey raised his remaining chips to 29,000 and Turner reraised. Gorodinsky called. We didn't catch the first draw, but Gorodinsky check-called again then asked for one. Yockey needed three and Turner was pat. Gorodinsky then check-called again and patted. Yockey took one and Turner remained pat.
Gorodinsky check-called a final bet but he couldn't beat , flashing what looked like an eight-seven. Yockey's cards were mucked before we noted them.