Jean-Robert Bellande entered the pot with a raise to 300 and found a caller on the button to see a flop fall.
Bellande check-called 350 before the landed on the turn and he check-called a 450-chip bet.
Both players checked down the on the river and Bellande tabled his for a busted flush-draw and two-pair. However his opponent tabled the same hand - - and happily chopped up the pot with roller-coaster high stakes player.
Going along with the Two Players, One Seat post a little while ago, there was another incident involving seating assignments over on Jeffrey Lisandro's table.
Chris Bjorin just ran his pocket nines into pocket kings to bust from the table, leaving them eight handed. A minute or so after Bjorin made his exit to the rail, the floor staff came over with a new player to be added to the table. Lisandro and a few others at the table didn't take too much of a liking to this, stating that because it's a shootout format, a new player shouldn't be added to the table. According the the new player, he was seated at another table for the first part of this event until someone came over and had the same seat as him. The player was then moved to Lisandro's table. The argument failed to work and the player sat down and was given a brand new stack of chips before play resumed.