Roberto Romanello finds himself atop the chip heap as dinner hits, and he's just clued us in on a little hand that played out a moment ago.
As Romanello tells it, "the table is on tilt," and they've been three-betting each other with some vigor. Particularly Romanello. When Matt Stout opened his button, Romanello three-bet him from the small blind, and the two went off to the flop. They checked through the , and Romanello bet 850 after the on the turn. Stout called that bet, and he called another 2,850 after the river.
Romanello rolled over , and Stout's muck drops him down into the danger zone with about a third of his starting stack.