Matt Jarvis had the button, and raised to 125,000. Justin Filtz tanked before three-betting to 550,000, Jarvis moved all in for 4.07 million, and Filtz called.
Both rails were shouting, and the noise became deafening as the flop fell . It didn't pair Jarvis, but the Canadian added extra outs with a double gutterball. The turn did not give him a straight, but the paired Jarvis, and his rail exploded.
"DEUUUUUUUUUCE!!!" they screamed "DEUUUUUUUUUUUUUCE!!!"
The river was not a deuce, but the was the brick they were looking for. Jarvis went for a short victory lap as the floor counted the chips, and after a few minutes the stacks looked like this: