Two-time World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelet winner Freddy Deeb has started the day well, but with 34 WSOP cashes to his name the man is nothing but experienced.
"Come back and see me in two-days time," said Deeb when we commented on his good start.
Here is Deeb getting involved with the lesser experienced Mirza Nagji.
Nagji raised to 1,025 from the hijack seat, the cutoff called as did Deeb in the big blind. The flop was , Deeb checked, Nagji bet 2,400, the cutoff folded and Deeb called. That was the end of the action as the and were both checked through and Nagji won the pot with .