With bellies full and thirsts quenched, it was always going to be a slow start after the long break, but Joseph Cheong has just given up a small pot in one of the first hands we've seen.
The action folded around to Cheong who raised to 5,500 from middle position before the flop; his neighbor in the one seat called and the others got out of the way before the dealer spread the flop of .
Cheong fired out 7,300 and the other player called, but then both players checked down both the turn of the and the river .
"King high," Cheong said, but not showing. "I got an ace," the opponent replied, tabling . Cheong mucked his hand.