Stud Eight or Better
Eric Crain was betting every street with an ace-six-jack, and Benjamin Pollak called off the remainder of his chips with a five-king-queen and two clubs.
"I've got outs," Crain said, scanning the face-up cards. "Well, so do you." Indeed, Crain could catch a heart to make a high to go with his low, while Pollak alread had a club flush and was a seven, ace, or four away from a low. The dealer tossed out seventh street.
"I got there," Crain said, revealing a . Pollak sighed in disbelief, showing a blank . Crain's ace-high flush and eight-six low scooped the pot, eliminating Pollak.