Ty Reiman has the button, and the raise to 600,000 is back. Harrison Gimbel sticks in the call, and the dealer runs a flop of . Gimbel checks, and Reiman continues out with 825,000. Gimbel doesn't mess around, and he quickly makes the call.
Fourth street puts trips on board with the . Reiman fires again, 1.85 million now. Gimbel flats again, and the river brings the . Gimbel checks again, and Reiman will bet it in a big way. He moves all in, and Gimbel instantly calls.
It's not as dramatic as you might thing. Harrison shows up , and Ty's will take half the pot as both men make deuces full of sevens. For the second time in 45 minutes, a monstrous pot is split between the two players.
Ty Reiman has the button, and he raises to 520,000 this time. Harrison Gimbel is not deterred, and he comes along to the flop of . After a check, Reiman continues out with 630,000 more chips. His opponent wastes no time calling, and the turn comes the . Gimbel passes again, and Reiman shuffles chips for a minute before stacking out a healthy bet of 1.8 million. Once again the call comes quickly from the other end of the table.
The last card off the deck is the , a very interesting card indeed. Gimbel checks again, and Reiman isn't stopping now. He grabs a big tower of white chips and makes a final bet of 4.2 million. Just a few seconds pass before Gimbel announces, "I'm all in."
Just as quickly (and with a disgusted look on his face), Reiman open-mucks his . "Fold or call?" asked Gimbel, unsure. Reiman confirmed his fold, confident his eight-high straight was no good.
Ty Reiman has the button, and he raises to 600,000 once again. Harrison Gimbel calls him, and the flop rolls out . The action checks to the turn , and again to the on the river. When Gimbel checks a third time, Reiman makes a small bet of 420,000. Gimbel calls, and Reiman's is the only hand we see, his pair of queens good enough to win the pot.