Shaun Deeb just arrived at the table a couple seats over from Allen Kessler and the two started throwing punches early. Kessler joked about how Deeb landed at his table of all the ones in the room.
"You just gotta tip the staff well," Deeb said. "Is that largest stack since you got here, Allen?" he joked as the table laughed.
It didn't last long though, as the action was limped around to Deeb's big blind and he shoved all in for 38,400. Gudmundur Sigurjonsson limp-called from under the gun for his last 28,500 as did Asher Assis in early position who had both players covered.
The flop came and Sigurjonsson flopped three queens to take the lead. The turn was the and the river brought the as Sigurjonsson scored a triple up. Assis took down the side pot and Deeb was out on the first hand he played.
"Who is that guy?" Sigurjonsson joked after the hand.