We came upon another confrontation between Shaun Deeb and Dee Tiller, with the pair having reached the turn along with a third player with the board showing . Tiller bet 1,800, Deeb called, and the third player stepped aside.
The river then brought the and a check from Tiller. Deeb fired 3,600, and after hemming and hawing a bit Tiller called.
Deeb tabled and Tiller winced. "Is that number three?" he asked as he mucked his cards. "Is that cooler number three...? Jeeeeez."
Deeb just grinned and scooped the chips, then Tiller looked up to deliver a moral to the story being written down next to the table.
"The good news is, I got him betting a flush on a paired board," said Tiller. At that Deeb looked up and turned around.
"The better news is, I got him calling a flush on a paired board," said Deeb.