We were drawn over to Table 432 by a big pile of chips heaped in the middle of the felt. When we arrived, there was a heads-up pot in progress between Stephen Chidwick and Ylon Schwartz.
Chidwick: (x-x) / / (x)
Schwartz: (x-x) / / (x)
Chidwick was betting sixth when we joined, and we think it's fair to assume he was betting/raising from at least fourth street onward. Schwartz called that bet on sixth, then another one on seventh.
Chidwick showed / for the six-perfect. Schwartz had apparently been drawing to the wheel, too. He flashed / before mucking his last card. Sixty-five is no good, and Chidwick has found his first meaningful pot in a few orbits.
We'll count them down as soon as Chidwick finishes stacking the pot.