Andrew Seidman looks to be our chip leader, but his reign at the top is under threat from James Glenn.
Glenn beckoned us over to tell us about a hand that went down before the bubble burst, one that should have seen him exiting before the money.
"It was aces versus threes," Glenn began, "I had threes, he had the aces."
According to Glenn and the gentleman to his left, a near 90,000 pot was created when the chips went flying in on an flop, Glenn being a massive underdog. The turn bricked but the river was a three, improving Glenn to quads and sending the poor soul with a set of aces to the sidelines with a legitimate bad beat story to tell anyone within earshot.
Sometimes in poker you have to get lucky and Glenn was certainly that.