Chris Lee completed with a showing, and the gentleman to his right raised to two bets. Lee raised it back, and his opponent made it four bets to go. Lee flatted this time, and off they went.
Lee: (X)(X) / / (X)
Opponent: (X)(X) / / (X)
Lee bet his lead on fourth street, and his opponent called. We're assuming he bet again on fifth, but both player simultaneously put in the bet. On sixth, Mr. Opponent had just 475 chips left, and he bet them all in with the lead. Lee called, turning over in the hole. The all-in player was behind with his , but Lee paired the on seventh to keep him drawing live. He pulled a as well, and it was a good one for him. He improved on the last two streets while Lee could not, and he's doubled up, and that loss knocks "Genius28" all the way down to just about 1,150 chips.