Had the obstructive card been a six-spot of clubs instead of a seven-spot, victory was mine.
He used to say, frequently, that a king to him was no more than a seven-spot.
Two players called the bet and he flipped over his hole card—it was a seven-spot and again he won.
He already had a ten; now he drew a seven-spot and king in succession.
I showed her the series of plays which, but for that seven-spot, would put the kings in their places at the top and let me win.