When we reached Joseph Cheong's table, he was in a pot with two opponents, and the flop was . The action checked to Cheong, who bet, and both opponents called. The turn was another five - the - and the action checked to Cheong who bet again. This time, only one player called.
The completed the board, and Cheong fired one last barrel. His opponent called, and Cheong confidently turned over .
"It's good," his opponent muttered.
The next hand, three bets went in preflop, and Cheong was heads up with the player on his direct right. The dealer fanned , and Cheong's opponent led out. Cheong raised, his opponent put in a third bet, and Cheong called. The turn was the , and Cheong's opponent led again. Cheong raised, and his opponent just called.
The completed the board, and for the first time, Cheong's opponent checked. Cheong tossed out a bet, and his opponent called. Cheong rolled over for nines and sixes, and his opponent flashed before mucking.