Four players saw a flop of and Shaun Deeb led out with a bet from the small blind. The player in the big blind then raise, a middle-position player folded, and the cutoff put in a three-bet. Two calls ensued followed by two checks on the turn. Again the cutoff bet, two calls were made, and then the river went check-check. The cutoff fired another bullet, and this time it proved enough to take down the pot as both Deeb and the big blind folded.
After that hand, Deeb was left with just 250 and the game changed to Omaha Hi/Low. Deeb got his chips in preflop and was looking good on the flop with an in his hand, but a on the turn gave one of his opponents a higher trips. The river failed to help Deeb and he made a hasty exit out of the Brasilia Room.