David Tuthill shoved into an unopened pot from middle position for 925,000. Luis Velador called in the small blind.
"Five-six-seven," shouted someone from Tuthill's rail.
"Now, you're just being greedy," Bryan Devonshire laughed. "Ace-nine-eight is way more sporting."
The flop was even better: , giving Tuthill an open-ended straight flush draw and Velador top-top.
"That was so good, we couldn't even think of it," Devonshire said. "Live poker is so rigged."
The improved Velador to two pair on the turn. The dealer burned and brought the river card out from the top of the deck: , giving Tuthill a mere pair. He knuckled the table in submission.