There were already a lot of chips in the middle of the table when we walked up to catch the turn card on a board. The player in position bet a little more than 85,000, and Daniel Retallick put him all in for about 220,000 total. The call came, and the cards were on their backs.
Almost all of Retallick's chips were committed to the pot, too, and it sounded like someone said they folded one of his outs. No matter, though.
We believe "Bink!" is the word for that. Mr. Opponent spun away from the table in disgust, gritting through the words, "I can't believe I just got one outed..." before he trailed off in a mumble. Retallick was pretty shocked too, and he was a few steps away from the table gathering himself as the opponent departed. When he came back to his seat, he rested his head on the rail, a bit overwhelmed by the river card he'd just spiked. He could barely stack up or even talk, but we'll eyeball him at an impressive 850,000 as he drags that near-double.