Although we're sure it will happen many times through the series, we've already witnessed the infamous "kings crack aces" scenario. Glenn O'Kada is the player now thanking his lucky stars. After pushing all in pre-flop he jokingly looked at his watch and made a comment about how it may be a short day. When he flipped over his pocket kings and saw his opponents pocket aces his prediction seemed accurate, but he spiked a king on the flop and the aces were unable to catch back up. The other player was left with a mere 150 chips.