We caught up with A.J. Jejelowo involved in a pot with David Vamplew on a flop of . Jejelowo was in the small blind and he led for 1,500. Vamplew just called.
The turn was the and Jejelowo slowed down with a check. Vamplew put out a bet of 3,200 and that was enough to get a fold from Jejelowo.
While it wasn't the biggest pot, both Jejelowo, who took down the 2011 WSOP Regional Circuit Championship and made a deep run in the 2012 Main Event, and Vamplew, who took down the EPT London in 2010 and has three WSOP final tables on his resume, are known for being very agressive players and we are likely to see some fireworks between the two players before their table breaks.