Kent Washington opened shoved in early position for 161,000 and Arthur Vea called in the highjack seat. The rest of the players folded and the hands were tabled:
The flop was troublesome for Washington.
“How about a ten for a sweat!” someone from the rail yelled.
The dealer obliged, planting the ultimate sweat card on the turn; the . Washington entered the river with a dangerous draw and hit when the fell.
Vea stormed off in anger and Washington clapped in elation. Washington now sits with about 340,000 chips and Vea has about 450,000 chips.