It was a limped pot that saw Adam Geyer and Anthony Gargano take a friendly flop. Gargano was in position, and Geyer let him bet 10,000 before check-raising to 27,000. Gargano's answer was a covering all-in shove. That sunk Geyer into his chair a bit, and he shook his head back and forth as he pondered the predicament. After some time, he called off his last 294,500 chips to put himself at risk.
Geyer had flopped top and bottom, and he needed to fade the aces and hearts left in the deck. The turn was scary but safe — the . The river brought the and a full house for Geyer, and he's found a monster double. It moves him up over 600,000, and Gargano is left in some trouble with just over 15bb.