Ray Henson and Josh Arieh got all in preflop, each holding aces. Henson had and Arieh . The pot was locked up as a chop on the turn, as hit the board.
The very next hand, Arieh raised to 225,000 again, and Henson again jammed.
"I don't have near as good of a hand this time," Arieh said, calling.
"I don't have near as good of a hand, either."
The flop gave Henson a big lead with trips. However, Arieh spiked the on the turn to make a boat. Henson's best chance was for a low card to hit for a chop, and that's what happened when the fell. However, that also improved him to sevens full on the high end for a scoop and a double, though the players at the table didn't realize it immediately.