Taylor Paur opened for 25,000, and Michael Pickett defended. Both players checked the flop, and Pickett bet 30,000 on the turn. Paur called, and the river brought the . Pickett cut out 75,000, only to see Paur shove all in.
"Wow," Pickett whispered before calling.
Paur held for trips, but the key was his superior kicker since Pickett had also turned trips with .
Pickett had just 69,000 left, but he doubled the next hand by jamming on the button and holding against .