Hairabedian Today, Gone Tomorrow

Roger Hairabedian had already gone all in by the time I got there on the 9h-2h-3s flop; he and two other players watched as the dealer revealed the turn card.

Distracted by action on another table, I missed the action, but by the time I returned it appeared that Julian Lefevre had bet out, forcing the third player to fold. Either way, Lefevre’s Kh-9s had proved sufficient to beat Hairabedian’s As-2s, and Hairabedian had become one of our first casualties of the day. We strongly suspect that he will shortly also become one of our first rebuys.

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