We came to the table to see a three-way pot building. The under-the-gun player had moved his short stack all in and was called in one spot before Stewart Scott made a large reraise for more than 50,000 chips. The player in between, who had called the initial raise, tanked for about a minute before folding.
"Do you have a pair?" Scott asked the all-in player. He opened
. His opponent did have a pair, but it was smaller --
. Neither player improved on the
flop, but Scott's opponent spiked a set when the turn fell
. Scott initially thought he had won the hand, and his opponent initially thought he had lost, when the river fell a fourth club, the
, but closer inspection revealed that it was a repeater that gave his opponent a full house.
Scott still has about 200,000 chips.