The action folded to the button who raised it up and Stephen Song three-bet to 55,000 from the small blind. His opponent called and they went heads-up to a flop of . Song led out with a bet of 41,000 and his opponent called to see the on the turn.
Song fired out another bet of 140,000 and his opponent still called. The paired the board on the river and Song thought for a couple of minutes before reaching back for a bet of 350,000. That sent his opponent deep into the tank for at least five minutes. He eventually decided to lay his hand down and Song dragged in a massive pot.
As his opponent mumbled to himself for a few seconds, Song finally spoke up. "I probably had it," he chuckled. "I didn't have quads tho."
With a pot of about 140,000 and a board of , Toby Lewis was in the big blind and checked. A player in middle position bet 85,000, and Lewis thought about his options before deciding to raise to 300,000. His opponent surrendered his hand.
Lewis took the pot without a showdown and flipped over the , just to leave his opponent wondering.