On table 38 just now we witnessed a battle of the short stacks.
As we approached, Behrooz Salemi was already all in with showing on the board. It wasn’t a large bet, but most players got out of the way, and it was called by only Alberto Melendez. They flipped over their cards.
Alberto was showing top pair and Behrooz was chasing the flush. The turn/river was a , no help for Behrooz, and he doubled up his short-stacked opponent.
The next hand, Behrooz (with almost nothing left) was forced to shove again, this time for 7,800 chips. His hand wasn’t terrible ( ), but he ran into the of Shailesh Patel.
The board was dealt , and Behrooz took his leave.