Mark Gregorich completed with the showing, and Yuval Bronshtein called with the up. The action on Norman Chad, he checked his cards and looked down for a moment at the he had up, then at the small stack of 85,000 he had remaining.
Chad then fished a fortune cookie from his pocket, unwrapped it, and while chewing read the rectangular slip of paper to himself. With a wrinkled brow, he shared it with the table.
"Within the week you will receive an unexpected gift," he said, a note of incredulity in his voice. "That's kind of vague," he complained. "Mmm... good cookie, though," he added as he folded.
Bronshtein then check-called bets from Gregorich on the next two streets before both players checked down sixth and seventh.
Gregorich: / /
Bronshtein: / /
Chad: / , a crumpled piece of paper, and some crumbs
Gregorich tabled , and his sevens were enough as Bronshtein mucked.