Jason Lavallee opened to 60,000 from under the gun, David "Devil Fish" Ulliott defended his big blind, and the flop came down . Ulliott check-called a bet of 59,000, and the pair checked after the fell on the turn.
The completed the board, giving each player at least tens and sevens with an ace kicker, and Ulliott led out for 120,000. Lavallee reached into his massive stack, pulling out a handful of pumpkin T25,000 chips, and cut out a raise to 300,000. He pushed it forward.
"Can ya beat this?" Devil Fish asked, flashing and mucking.
Lavallee grinned, and showed .
"Bluffin' with the best of it," Ulliott grunted.
"No," Lavallee corrected him, "I didn't want to chop."