One hand later, Chris "Genius28" Lee and Shaun Deeb played another pot. It was in the Omaha Hi-Lo round, and it began with Lee opening the cutoff with a raise. Deeb three-bet, and Lee called to go heads-up to the flop.
It came , and Lee check-called a bet. He did likewise after the turn, and Deeb bet again when the filled out the board. Lee didn't like it, but he called him down.
Deeb turned over , and that's a scoop. Lee mucked, and his chips push Deeb back up to 245,000.