After a very rocky start, it's been a good stretch of post-dinner cards for Mark Seif. He first doubled up against Dash Dudley when his out-flipped Dudley's pocket nines by catching a queen on the turn. The pot gave Seif a closer-to-average stack with about 135,000.
"I guess we decided to play some big pots after dinner," remarked David Sands.
Sands won't have to worry about playing any of those pots. He became Seif's victim a short time later as Seif climbed back to 200,000.