Mike Sexton raised from the cutoff seat, and George Lind moved all in for 56,000 on the button. The blinds released, and Sexton called.
"I like your hand," Sexton chuckled.
"It's not that good," Lind returned with a grin.
The two hands were nearly identical, except for Lind's , which came into play immediately when the flop came down . The turn and river came , , respectively, and Lind scooped the whole pot to double to 120,000 chips.
Sexton did not look pleased - he's been plummeting since the break and is now at 122,000 chips.