Hand #164: Pat Walsh limped the button, Javed Abrahams checked his option and the flop fell .
Abrahams checked, Walsh bet 200,000 and Abrahams raised the pot to 600,000. Walsh reraised the pot and Abrahams called all in for about 1.9 million.
Walsh held two pair (three pair, even), but had a lot of outs to fade as Abrahams held the top half of a wrap. The turn kept Walsh ahead and when the river fell, both players studied the board for a couple of seconds before shaking hands.
Abrahams finished runner up for $570,284.