There were about 100,000 chips in the pot and the board read when we got to the table. Tommy Le bet 80,000 from under the gun and Jarred Solomon raised to 336,000 next to act. Le went into the tank for over a minute and shoved. Solomon called to put Le at risk and the two players tabled their hands.
Both players had tens and eights but they wouldn't chop it up if either a king or four fell on the river. The final card was the which changed nothing and the dealer split the pot.