Jonathan Jaffe raised to 110,000 from the button, then Jan Nakladal pushed his stacks out in front of him to indicate an all-in reraise for 1.57 million. Bryan Pellegrino checked his cards in the big blind and soon was moving all in himself for a little more, and Jaffe stepped aside.
Nakladal had and smiled grimly as he saw Pellegrino turn over . From the neighboring table Rachid Ben Cherif had gotten up from his seat and Pellegrino called to him to come sweat the hand as the community cards were dealt.
The flop came . "That's a sweat," said Pellegrino, noting the gutshot straight draw Nakladal now had. Cherif was actually back in his seat at the other table when the fell on the turn, filling Nakladal's straight. Pellegrino just nodded in recognition of the card, and began half-heartedly calling for an eight to fall on fifth street to enable him to chop the hand.
The river was the , and Nakladal doubled up. "You're a terrible sweater," called Pellegrino with a grin to Cherif as he began counting out the chips to pay off Nakladal.
Nakladal is up over 3 million now while Pellegrino is in the danger zone with just about 200,000.