Eli Elezra opened to 1,300 and his opponent in the cutoff called. The rest of the players folded and the two saw a flop.
"I'm going to play this hand standing up," said Elezra's opponent as he rose from his seat.
Elezra opted to join in the standing and the two looked down at a flop of . Elezra bet 2,000 and his opponent called.
Fourth street was the and Elezra dropped 2,500 in the middle. His opponent took this opportunity to take a seat and grab a sip from his vodka-cranberry. Elezra was shocked after agreeing to play the hand standing up, so Elezra took his seat as well.
While Elezra's opponent pondered his move, Elezra took a sip from his opponent's vodka-cranberry and winced. "That's so strong!", exclaimed Elezra as he watched his opponent throw in a call.
Both players stood up again for the river and it came . Elezra, however, did not see this, as he checked the river blind. His opponent checked as well and announced that he paired up his jack on the river. Elezra tabled for a flopped pair of kings and he was able to take down an interestingly played pot.