Under the gun, Will Failla opened the pot with a raise, and only the big blind, Alessio Isaia, called to see a flop.
It came , and Failla put out his continuation bet. Isaia check-raised, and Failla called the extra bet there, and a bet apiece on the turn and river.
Isaia tabled , and he'd get the low half with the nut low. Failla's was good for the top half, but "The Thrill" was less than thrilled. "Seven times!" he pointed his finger down at the two aces on the felt. "Seven times today, and I have no chips."
Failla does have 19,000 left from his starting stack of 30,000, but he and his aces are a bit grumpy right now.