Cyndy Violette is on a serious rush since the last break, and we just saw her drag another pot at the expense of John Monnette.
There was three-way action between the two of them and Yuval Bronshtein when we walked up to a very large pot on sixth street.
Bronshtein: (x-x) / / (x)
Violette: (x-x) / / (x)
Monnette: (x-x) / / (x)
Monnette was the bettor on fifth street, and Bronshtein tanked for ages before folding. Violette paused too, but she eventually did make the call to see the last card. They both checked on seventh street.
Violette rolled over , and her kings up were the best hand. Monnette was pretty upset at what he saw, and he stared forlornly at his cards for several seconds before dropping them into the muck.