We caught up with the action with Tommy Vedes in the hijack. He appeared to have raised and then get 3-bet by his lone opponent from the button. Vedes responded by raising enough to put his opponent all in and his opponent called.
The flop came with an in the window, but the other two were the , which gave Vedes' opponent a pair and some hope.
The turn brought the , propelling Vedes' opponent into the lead.
The river? , giving Vedes a superior two-pair and knocking his opponent to the rail.
"Well that was about as swingy of a hand as you can get," one of Vedes' table-mates said.
Vedes is up to 120,000.