When I stopped by table 37 to view the action, Norman Gallant wanted to know what I was up to. After I politely noted that I was part of the media team, player 7, two seats to the left of Norman, regarded me mischievously. “Well, here’s a story for you. My name is Frankenstein.” Promptly, she produced her player card for emphasis.
Two hands later, both Norman and Jennifer Frankenstein were engaged in some heads up. Nancy Query opened the betting, preflop, raising to 1,050. Both Norman and Jennifer called. When the community cards were dealt, Jennifer wagered 500, and Norman called before Nancy folded.
The turn was and Jennifer bet another 500. Norman called again. On the river the dealer revealed and both Norman and Jennifer checked. When the players showed their cards, Jennifer was holding . Norman shook his head, “Lady luck, I should never bet against a woman,” He was holding a .