Poker has truly arrived in Asia -- poker catch-phrases are being hurled around the tournament floor here in Macau. With the flop showing , the small blind bet 2,000 into Carter Gill, who raised to 8,000. Gill's opponent came over the top of him all in, prompting a snap-call from Gill. The hands were opened, revealing a double-gutshot draw for Gill's opponent with , and bottom two pair for Gill with .
"Hold!" shouted Gill. "One time!"
The turn came and brought with it extra outs for Gill's opponent. Any ace, any five, any six, or any seven that was not a club would give him the pot, and they would split the pot if a non-club deuce came, but the river was a face card -- the . Gill's opponent is out and he is up to 80,000.