From middle position, Morten Erlandsen raised to 2,000, and Pat Pezzin three-bet to 5,500 next door. Over on the button, Rupert Elder came in from the cold with a four-bet to 12,000 total. That folded Erlandsen, but Pezzin made the call to proceed.
The dealer spread out , and Pezzin knocked the table. Elder took pause, then continued out with a small bet of 9,000. Pezzin flatted, and the two men checked through the turn. On the river, the cued Pezzin into action, and he led out with a bet of 16,000. Elder snap-called.
Pezzin showed up for the overpair to the board, and it was good. Elder's were not enough, and that loss knocks him back down around 63,000. It's an upward trend for Pezzin, though, and he's crossed a big milestone up to 111,000.