Mickey Craft and Richard Dubini were heads-up to a flop, and Dubini checked from early position. Craft moved all in for 795,000, and Dubini went into the tank.
As Dubini was thinking, Craft said, "I might be outmatched in poker, but I'm never outmatched in fun!"
Dubini continued to think it over, then moved forward calling chips. Dubini tabled for a pair of queens. Craft had a disappointed look on his face, and after more than five seconds, he flipped over for the best hand.
The came on the turn, giving Dubini two pair, and Craft admitted, "I deserved that," referring to the slowroll on the flop.
Craft's fans were calling for his outs, and he found the on the river to counterfeit Dubini's two pair. Craft got the double-up to stay alive.