In the very first hand at his new table, David Peters got all of his chips in.
The button opened to 700, the small blind made it 2,000, and Peters moved all in for 6,325 in the big blind. The button quickly folded, and the small blind called, putting Peters at risk.
The board came , and Peters' ace-high held up for the double.
After the hand, the small blind commented, "I might regret that in a couple hours."
Peters laughed and collected the chips.