Matt Matros raised in the cutoff to 54,000, and it folded to Mark Darner in the big blind. He put in a three bet to 140,000, and it was back to Matros, who shoved all in. Darner thought for a minute before calling off the rest of his stack, and he was in bad shape.
The flop came down , and Matros was well out in front. However, the spiked on the turn, and Darner's rail erupted. Darner looked at his rail, and told them to calm down, as the hand was far from over. Matros could catch a king or a ten to win, and sure enough, the slammed down on the river, giving Matros broadway.
Darner will take home over $56,000 for his efforts, while Matros takes the chip lead, as he's up to 2.4 million.