Right after Mike Ross doubled up, John Cernuto completed with the , and Ross made it two bets with the . Phil Hui called in the bring-in with the , and Cernuto mucked, leaving it heads up. Ross bet it down until he was all in on sixth street, though he admitted he did not like the card Hui caught.
Ross' read was right, as his kings were now behind the aces of Hui. Hui rolled over a brick with the , so Ross still had a shot if he could find a king or another pair. He peeked down at the , though.
"I knew that ace was a bad card for me," he said with a sigh. "Nice hand."