Hugh Henderson, Jonathan Moseley, and Raymond Weaver were heads up on a flop of . Henderson checked, Moseley fired 100,000, and both Weaver and Henderson called.
The turn was the , Henderson and Moseley checked, and Weaver tossed out 200,000. Only Moseley called.
The completed the board, and both players checked. Moseley showed for a pair of queens, but Weaver had that beat with for a better kicker.
"I had a deuce," Henderson lamented.
This put Weaver in the chip lead with over 4.1 million.
A few hands later, Weaver raised to 80,000 in the hijack seat, and both Kory Kilpatrick (button) and James Kinney (big blind) made the call. The flop fell , Kinney checked, and Weaver bet 105,000. Only Kilpatrick called.
The turn was a second ace - the - and Weaver led out for 175,000. Kilpatrick again called.
The completed the board, and Weaver fired a third and final bullet worth 250,000.
"All in," Kilpatrick announced, making it 860,000 total.
Weaver tanked for the better part of a minute, then threw his cards into the muck.
"That was a good bet," Weaver told Kilpatrick. "Good bet."