We happened upon a big hand over at Table 424. When we arrived there was already 80,000 in the middle with a board reading . We're not sure if there was prior action on the turn and some chips had been pulled in, but we do know that Jeremy Ausmus had moved all in and had about 60,000 in front of him. Zachary Guinn was his opponent and was deep in thought.
"I didn't want to do this so early," Guinn admitted. He seemed twisted as to what to do. "You're killing me man, you're killing me," he went on. After more than two minutes Guinn relinquished his hand. "Ace-king?" he inquired. Ausmus did not reply.