Shaun Deeb is in no mood to mess around. He'd been worked all the way down to around 150,000 when this hand began. To start, he opened with an under-the-gun raise at the four-handed table. Chris Lee three-bet from his big blind, and Deeb called to go forward.
The flop came , and Deeb called a bet from Lee. He called another one after the turn, and both players checked down the river.
Lee essentially surrendered with a shrug and a motion to muck. Deeb wasn't having it. "Roll it over," he ordered, spinning his finger in the air. He made another quiet comment about wanting to see, and Lee flashed his airball . Deeb showed , and his high card was good enough to move him back up to 240,000 again as he tries to survive this level.