We caught up with the action on a board reading , where Freddy Deeb was in a pot with Dave D'Alesandro.
D'Alesandro had already bet enough to put a short-stacked Freddy Deeb all in and Deeb made the call to put himself at risk.
"You have a pair man?" Deeb asked.
D'Alesando then tabled for an open-ended straight draw.
"Oh good," Deeb said as he tabled for a pair of fours.
"Pair the board!" Deeb shouted.
The dealer then dealt the , keeping Deeb in the lead and chipping him up to 105,000.