Ori Miller had seen something wrong with the deck, and asked for a new set of cards to play with. In the meantime, he was busy discussing Daniel Colman and Olivier Busquet their t-shirts they wore at a Super High Roller final table a couple of weeks ago. But it was time to pay attention, as Alexander Nudin opened under the gun to 60,000.
Ori Miller made the call in middle position, and Antonio Buonanno three-bet to 200,000 from the hijack. Action folded to Nudin, who thought about it for a bit, but folded in the end.
Miller just sat there, no more discussion with Chouity. He then announced all in all of the sudden, for well over a million. Buonanno just about snap called.
The flop was devastating for Buonanno, and the on the turn and on the river didn't help.
"You asked for this deck?" laughed Lakhov, "I want this deck now"
Buonanno had Miller just slightly covered, leaving himself with 40,000. He waited one more hand, but was all in the next one for 30,000. Right behind him Igor Devkin isolated to 70,000, and no one else was interested.
The on the flop gave Buonanno some hope, but the on the turn and on the river were blanks.