Randy Ohel opened from under the gun and the player to his immediate left called. The rest of the table folded, leaving the two heads up going to the flop. The dealer fanned and Ohel checked to his opponent. He fired out a bet and Ohel stuck around.
The dropped down on the turn and Ohel check-called a bet once again. The completed the board and Ohel checked for a third time. His opponent bet out and Ohel quickly came over the top with a check-raise. His opponent flung out a call.
"Ace-jack," said Ohel, rolling over .
His opponent tabled a losing before his cards were pulled into the muck. Ohel dragged the pot and now sits around 9,000 in chips.