When we came to George Lind's table, he was committing the last of his chips on fourth street and two opponents were still involved in the hand, including Eli Elezra.
Lind: (x-x) (x)
Elezra: (x-x) fold
Opponent: (x-x) (x)
Lind watched on as Elezra and the other player committed a bet on fifth street, with Elezra folding on sixth street.
Lind's in the hole was good enough to make him a seven-five low to take down half the pot, while his opponent's was good for two-pair and the high half of the pot.
"Only win half the pot and i practically double," said Lind as he took down the small amount of chips to survive.