Gus Hansen has been dragging most of the pots since his match with Tom Dwan began, but "Durrrr" is starting to make a run at this thing.
A couple hands ago, we walked up to the turn on a board showing . Dwan led out with 28,000, and Hansen called. On the river, Dwan bet another 83,000, and Hansen again called to see the cards. Dwan tabled , and Hansen chuckled at the sight of his opponent's running two pair.
Just a moment later, an even bigger pot broke out suddenly. On a flop, Hansen bet 30,000 before Dwan raised to 84,000. Hansen called, and the dropped on fourth street. Hansen had about 220,000 chips left in his stack, and Dwan bet 145,000 to commit him. Hansen spent a long, long while in the think tank before sticking his stack in there, and Dwan quickly called with . Hansen's was dead to three outs, and the river has swung this match in Dwan's favor.
Hansen still has 400,000 worth of second-chance chips, but it's now Dwan holding a 2:1 lead in the contest.