Chris George raised from early position and found calls from Brandon Guss next door, Michele Limongi on the button and Dutch Boyd in the big blind. The flop came down and Boyd checked. George continued out and Guss quickly mucked his cards. Limongi came over the top with a raise and both Boyd and George called.
The board paired with the on the turn. Boyd checked, George fired out, and both Limongi and Boyd called. The hit the river, prompting a third check from Boyd. George led out and Boyd folded his hand out of turn, stating that he thought Limongi was all in. Limongi, in fact, had 5,000 in chips behind and pondered his action. He tanked for about 30 seconds before letting go of his cards, folding what looked to be face up. George flashed for a full house. Limongi was left crippled with just 5,000 in chips while George soared to 710,000.