As we were writing up the previous hand a lot of silent action went down on table 32. We didn't catch any of it, and upon our return Roberto Romanello explained to us what happened.
Romanello had opened pre flop with and after one caller Koon decided to three-bet to 2,000. Romanello was the only caller. The flop brought out with one diamond and Koon bet 2,600, Romanello called.
On the turn the hit, giving Romanello a back door flush draw, and he called 5,800 this time. The river was the and Koon fired out a big 15,000 chip bet. Romanello put Koon all-in for an extra 12,000 and he made the call. The EPT and WPT winner tabled his flush and Koon mucked his cards. He later told them he had . A very early exit for Koon who went deep in the Main Event earlier this week finishing 27th for A$35,000. Daniel Alaei has taken Koon's seat to balance the tables.