The poker room is becoming increasingly empty as we begin to burn the midnight oil, but that hasn't stopped Daniel Idema and Gabriel Nassif from duking it out on table 369 as we approach the final break of the day.
Earlier, the action folded around to Idema who raised from the button; Nassif was the only caller from the big blind, so they went heads-up to the flop that read . Nassif check-called Idema's bet on the flop, only to check-fold after the dealer produced the on the turn.
In the very next hand, Nassif was able to regain those chips. Idema raised from the cutoff, only to see Nassif reraise from the small blind. Idema called, then opened after Nassif checked the flop of . Nassif check-called, then opened on the turn of the . Idema called, so it was off to the river, which was the .
Nassif checked and Idema bet, but Nassif check-raised. "Is that a raise?" Idema asked the dealer.
The dealer nodded. "You got it," he sighed as he tossed his hand away.
Idema is down to less than 100,000 while Nassif is back up to 97,000 in chips.