Preflop action between Philip Sternheimer (middle position) and Robert Williamson III (playing from the blinds), saw the latter deciding to keep just a few thousand behind to see a flop come .
"The stop-and-go!" said Sternheimer, and Williamson laughingly agreed that was his plan. "But Robert," added Sternheimer. "The stop-and-go usually doesn't work if you say it's a stop-and-go!"
The table laughed, and after looking at those first three community cards Williamson checked. Sternheimer checked behind, then after the turn Williamson checked again, Sternheimer said he was all in, and Williamson had to fold.
Soon after "RWIII" was all in with versus Christopher George's .
"A seven's coming, Robert," insisted Tom McCormick, and sure enough the flop came to give Williamson a set. The turn was the and river the , and Williamson still has his seat for now.