Jonathan Taylor raised to 1,100 in early position, Larry Karambis called on the button, and Anthony Newman defended his big blind. The flop fell , Newman checked, and Taylor continued for 2,100. Karambis raised to 7,200, Newman moved all in for 34,575, and Taylor instantly mucked.
"Well," Karambis said, reaching for chips. "I don't have hearts."
He called, showing for middle set, and Newman was drawing very slim with for bottom set.
The spiked onto the felt on the turn, however, giving Newman quads, and a bricked off on the river.
"There's been a cooler every other hand," Taylor told our reporter as Newman pulled in the pot.
Newman more that doubled to 73,000 chips, while Karambis slipped to 55,000.