We arrived at Ray Romano's table on the turn of a board in a blind versus blind situation, with Eric Gigon the player in the small blind. Gigon led for 700 here and Romano made the call from the big blind. Gigon again bet on the river, flicking out another 700. Romano opted to call and the two players turned their hands over.
Gigon's pair of fours were enough to send Romano's cards into the muck and the chips into Gigon's stack, with Romano needing to pick up some chips soon.