David Williams has been staying active during this second level of the day. We were recently at his table to catch back-to-back hands that Williams was involved in.
The first hand we arrived at on the river of a board. There was already over 7,000 in the pot at this point and Williams was checking to Brian Davis. A bet of 4,000 from Davis would see William check-raise to 8,000. Davis called and Williams almost immediately mucked, with Davis flipping over , for a turned straight.
The very next would see Williams open up the pot to 400 from the hijack. The player in the big blind made the call and a flop was spread on the felt. The big blind check-called a bet of 1,350 here and then led for 2,350 on the turn. The river would see the player again lead, this time for 5,025. Williams made the call and his would find the win against his opponent's .