When we arrived at the table, Calvin Anderson had sitting in front of him, and the board read . The dealer was counting down his stack, which came to 41,500, and Cylus Watson was pushing chips forward to mach Anderson's amount.
Faraz Jaka was kind enough to give us the details of the double up. According to him, Watson told the table that he was going to make a big bluff before three-betting Jaka. Anderson cold-called, Jaka called as well, and the rest of the money went in on the flop between Watson and Anderson. Watson held two aces, and couldn't make a better two pair or trips by the river.
Anderson now has 90,000 chips, while Watson dropped to 14,000.