When we arrived at Table 357, Aubin Cazals was all in. There was a raise in front from James Demartini, and the action was on John Virtue, who asked the dealer if he could put in a re-raise. The dealer nodded, "yes," but Vritue didn't announce his bet, and just threw in an oversized chip in. By rule, it was a call.
"Can I re-raise?" Demartini asked.
The dealer was about to answer, but Demartini started laughing.
"I'm just kidding," he told him. "I call."
The flop was , and Virtue led out. Demartini called. Virtue led again when the turned, Demartini called, and the completed the board. Virtue bet, and Demartini called.
Virtue rolled over for a pair of aces, Demartini mucked, and Cazals tabled his hand, but all we caught was the .
"Bet you liked that flop," Virtue told Cazals, who left quickly.
We assume that that means Cazals had a second heart, but we'll never know for sure.