We walked up to the table to see Scott Seiver in the middle of a massive heads up pot. The flop read , and we saw that Seiver had a bet of 5,200 out in front of him. He had been raised to 16,200, and it was back on Seiver when we arrived. Seiver cut out a reraise of 35,000, and stuck it in the middle. His opponent quickly and quietly announced all in, and Seiver snap called him.
Seiver had flopped the second nut straight, and had his opponent drawing dead to a chop, as Seiver also has his flush draw dominated. The on the turn ended things, and the meaningless river was the .
After taking that hand down, Seiver is now up to 138,000.