For Abe Mosseri and Sergey Rybachenko, a single $1,500 buy-in triple draw tournament just isn't enough action.
The two of them are sitting right next to each other, and for the last few minutes they've been setting up a game of open-face Chinese poker. They finally settled on the terms.
"Three-hundred a point?" Mosseri confirmed one last time.
Rybachenko nodded yes.
"Wait," one player interjected. "Y'all are playing for three-hundred dollars a point?"
Ignoring the question completely, Rybachenko put in raise from the cutoff. A player in the big blind defended, then drew two cards. Rybachenko drew three. The player led out for a bet, Rybachenko called, and both players drew two cards.
Rybachenko called another bet, both players drew one card, and the player fired out a third and final bet. The Russian called, then unhappily mucked his hand when the player revealed an eighty-seven perfect; .