We caught up to see three player including Everett Carlton looking at a flop of .
All three checked their option and the turn paired the board with the . The first player led out for 1,000 and the second folded. Carlton opted to raise to 3,000 from the cutoff and his opponent called.
The river was the and both players checked.
"Two pair," said Carlton's opponent showing .
"Me too," said Carlton, who tabled for a better two pair. Carlton is currently sitting on one of the bigger stacks in the room with about 76,000 in chips.