On the river, with a pot of around 3,000,000 already built between Stephen Song and Paul Jain, the board read . Song led for 3,000,000, leaving himself 1,500,000 behind. Jain set him all in. Song thought about this for at least five minutes.
"Are you insane enough to bluff here?" he asked a silent Jain. "This was supposed to be my double hand. There's only one hand that beats me."
Eventually he had the clock called on him and folded face up, to a round of applause from the rail that had been watching his hand with great interest.