Scott Seiver opened to 400,000 on the button with two red nines, David Sands three-bet to 900,000 with , and Seiver immediately went all in for 6.22 million. Sands snapped it off.
"As JC [Alvarado] says, nines make the most sets," Seiver announced.
There was a nine in the window of the flop, giving Seiver a set.
"I still feel like I'm going to win," Sands said.
He was wrong. The turn and river came , respectively, and Seiver shipped a massive double.