We saw the ESPN tables swarming Table 381, so we made our way over to see what all the fuss was about. We discovered that Mark Newhouse, who made the final table of this event last year, was involved in ab ig pot against Munir Shahin. We're not sure how the action played out, but we do know Shahain was all in for 600,000 or so on a flop of .
"I've been unlucky against you," Shahin said as the cameras rolled. The dealer then burned and turned the , a safe card for Shahin. All he needed to do to double was dodge an ace and spade on the river, but he couldn't do it as the spiked.
"Back to back?" someone at the other end of the table asked Newhouse.
"Yeah, that's the plan," he said with a big smile as he stacked the pot. Meanwhile, Shahin made his way to the payout desk to collect $38,634 for his 244th-place finish.