After Sean Troha limped in first position, Michael Duek raised to 400,000 in the hijack. Troha called to see a flop.
That flop came and after Troha checked, Duek bet 200,000.
Troha called, and the fell on the turn, which he again checked.
This time Duek bet 500,000, and once more, Troha called.
The river brought the , and after another check from Troha, Duek moved all in for Troha's last 1,315,000.
Troha snap-called and rolled over for a flopped full house.
Duek couldn't believe his bad luck as he flashed for a lesser flopped full house of fives full of kings and dumped his losing cards into the muck, sending a huge pot across the table.