The board read when we found Paul Tedeschi heads up with an opponent. Tedeschi had first action on the turn and fired out a bet of 2,850. His opponent flatted, allowing the to hit the felt on the turn.
Tedeschi came out with a bet of what looked to be 4,800. His opponent instantly called and Tedeschi turned over for kings and nines. His two pair turned out to be the second best hand, however, as his opponent flipped up for trip nines. With this hit, Tedeschi is now down to about 135,500 in chips.