We missed the preflop action but according to another player at the table, Matt Weber opened with a raise and he was called by Barry Hutter. After a check call from Weber on the flop of we caught up to the action.
The turn came down the and Weber checked again. Hutter reached for a stack of chips and put out a bet of 94,000. Weber thought about it briefly then called.
The river dropped the and Weber checked again. Hutter grabbed two giant stacks of chips and put out a bet of 172,000.
"Wow," Weber said. After about 15 seconds he threw in the call, but he wasn't pleased to see Hutter's for a flopped full house.
"Nice hand," Weber said mucking his cards. "Run better."
With that, a giant pot was shipped over to Barry Hutter which has put him over the 1,000,000 chip mark.