John Eames, who's off to a lightning fast start, was recently heads up with 2011 World Series of Poker November Niner Anton Makiievskyi on a flop of . Eames checked, Makiievskyi fired 1,500, and Eames called.
The turn was another king - the - and Eames checked again. Makiievskyi checked behind.
The river was the , and Eames knuckled a third and final time. Makiievskyi checked behind, and tabled .
Eames, grinning ear-to-ear, tabled for quad kings.
His trap didn't work, but Eames is still among our leaders with around 78,000 chips.