Dale Sudduth checked a flop, and John Utley bet 30,000. Sudduth raised to 60,000, and Utley made the call. On the turn, Sudduth bet 100,000, and Utley counted out his stack. It was about 105,000. Utley thought for a couple of minutes, then slid his stack forward slapping onto the table for a pair and a flush draw before Sudduth could even call and turn his .
Utley needed a heart, a seven, or an eight, but the river was a .