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NBC National Heads-Up Poker Championship Highlights

Last year's runner-up in this event was this year's first casualty when Chad Brown ran into Allen Cunningham's flush. Within minutes of Brown's elimination, last year's champion, Paul Wasicka also made his exit at the hands of Freddy Deeb. Holding pocket tens, Wasicka led out on a flop of 8-8-5 and Deeb made the call. Wasicka pushed all-in when a jack fell on the turn and Deeb called, showing A-J. The river brought another jack for Deeb and salt in the wound for the fallen Wasicka.


Jamie Gold, in perhaps the day's oddest series of hands, eliminated Caesar's Palace qualifier Tom Kelly. Kelly went all in pre-flop and Jamie Gold folded pocket queens face up. People were still buzzing about Gold's potential folly when Gold pushed all-in on the very next hand. Gold showed Kelly one card (allowable under the tournament's rules); it was an ace. Kelly called with A-K only to discover that Gold had not one, but two, aces, which held up. Gold finished up the job in a subsequent hand. Scott Fischman is one of only three players to have cashed in every one of the past NBC Heads Up events. Fischman gave himself a chance for four when he eliminated Todd Brunson. Fischman had Brunson outchipped about 3-to-1 when he called Todd's pre-flop all in with pocket deuces. Brunson's K-9 was a slight underdog, but degraded quickly when the flop delivered a set for Fischman.