Recent WSOP bracelet winner Nick Binger and local lad Charles Clark did battle over the course of two hands and the score ended one-all.
The first hand started with a raise to 750 from Sebastian Ruthenberg and a reraise to 2,025 from Binger in the hijack seat. Clark was on the button and casually four-bet to 4,675. The German Team PokerStars Pro folded in a flash, but Binger gave the stare-down for a minute before releasing his hand.
Two hands later Binger opened to 700 from middle position and Clark elected to flat call this time from the hijack. The two checked it down to the river where the board read . Binger fired out 1,500 and Clark threw in the calling chips, but nodded and mucked when he was shown by Binger.