We walked up to the table on the river, with the board showing . There was about 9,000 in the middle, and McLean Karr had thrown out a bet of 3,975. His lone opponent was in the tank for about a minute while we were there. Eventually, he grabbed the chips, and rolled them into the middle for the call. Karr flipped over for a rivered pair of aces, and his opponent mucked.
Karr shot back up to 87,000 after that hand.