Our chip leader had just lost a few pots to Jeremy Quehen when this happened…
Joey Weissman raised to 120,000 in the cutoff and Jeremy Quehen three-bet to 330,000 from the small blind (this was the third time that Quehen had three-bet Weissman in succession). Fernando Brito moved out of the way in the small blind but Philip Meulyzer didn't want to move anywhere except into the thick of the action. He pushed his 1.1 million chips across the line indicating he was all in.
Weissman looked at his cards, then at Quehen before he announced he was all-in. Quehen folded and we had a showdown.
The flop was but you could barely hear the commentator over the bedlam coming out of the Weissman rail. The turn card was the and the crowd were sucking Weissman's outs out of the deck. We looked at Weissman and we are sure a smile perked up on his face…he knew it was coming! The on the river sent Weissman reeling to the rail and the rail went nuts. Absolutely everyone was jumping up and down except for the dog. Yes, you heard right, there is a dog in the rail!