We haven't seen Ben Lamb much at this year's World Series of Poker, with the 2012 WSOP Player of the Year seemingly too busy with some juicy cash games this summer. He couldn't pass up the chance to take part the Main Event though, currently stationed in the Pavilion Room. However, if he wants to repeat his success of last year, he will need to do better than the recent hand we watched him lose.
We arrived at the table with a flop already spread out on the felt and with Lamb in middle position and going up against one opponent, who wished to remain unnamed. The player checked to Lamb and Lamb bet 2,400. Lamb's opponent called and then both players checked the turn. On the river, it would again be checked to Lamb and this time he would bet 4,000. His opponent quickly called and Lamb started slowly mucking his cards. The pace in which he mucked those cards then quickened when his opponent tabled .