From under the gun, George Danzer raised to 2,400. Larry Wright called from the cutoff seat, and Jason Mercier called from the small blind. Mercier drew two, Danzer took one, and Wright stood pat.
After the draw, Mercier checked, Danzer fired 6,000, and Wright called quickly. Mercier folded. Danzer said that he made a pair again and showed . Wright showed and won the pot.
"Did you think I stayed with that full house again, George?" joked Wright as he was pushed the pot, referencing a hand from earlier.
"No, I thought you had a 10," responded Danzer.
"Oh really?" questioned Wright.
"Yeah, I thought you had a 10 and that you would raise and then I could go all in and you'd fold," Danzer elaborated.
"Wow, that's deep," responded Wright with wide eyes. "We should get a drink after. I want to go deeper."
Everyone at the table got a big laugh from Wright's final comment, especially Mercier and Nick Schulman. Schulman chuckled, shook his head, and mouthed the word "wow" under his breath.
After all of that, Wright asked Danzer how old he was.
"Thirty," answered Danzer.
"Ahh, the lost age," said Wright.
This comment got Schulman's attention. "Why the lost age? Who told you that" he asked.
"My daughter. You'll have to ask her, I don't know. One day that's what she told me," said Wright.