Eddy Sabat was all in and at risk for 423,000 when we arrived at his table, and he was up against Robert Schulz.
The first four cards were safe for Sabat: . As the dealer peeled off the river card, Sabat leaned way up in his seat, trying to a peak at it as early as possible. It was the , securing his double.
"I hate the nine seat," he said, laughing with relief. "I figured since nobody went 'ohhh,' it wasn't a nine."