Brask Makes Costly Mistake Against Lee
There was already about 175,000 in the middle when we got to the table in a heads up pot between Doug Lee and Greg Brask. The flop read , and Brask fired out 100,000. Lee quickly called, and the turn was the . Just like on the flop, Brask fired 100,000, and Lee almost beat him into the pot.
The river was the , and both players quickly checked. Brask announced "two pair," then looked at his hand and said "I'm sorry I just have one pair I misread my hand," and tabled for just a pair of sevens. It was a fortunate mistake for Lee, as he tabled a winning .
"I thought I had for two pair. That shows you how tired I am," said an understandably frustrated Brask. After that pot, he is down to 645,000, while Lee jumps back up to 875,000.