Hand #162: Theodore Driscoll limped from the small blind and Igor Dubinskyy checked his option from the big to see a flop of . Both players checked, and Dubinskyy led out for 500,000 on the turn. Driscoll called and the completed the board on the river.
Dubinskyy slowed down with a check, and Driscoll used two fists to slide out a bet of 1 million. Dubinskyy waited a few moments before check-raising to 2.4 million, and Driscoll responded by moving all in for 3.315 million.
Dubinskyy shot up out of his chair and asked how much more it was. When he learned it wasn't too much more, the man from Ukraine called. Driscoll confidently tabled the for flopped trips, but it was no good as Dubinskyy had rivered the straight with the .