Matthew Berkey raised to 150,000 to open the pot, and Eddy Sabat called to see a flop. It came , and Berkey continued out with another 185,000 chips. Sabat quickly called, and they checked through the turn. On the river, the drew one last check from Berkey, and Sabat took his cue to bet 220,000 at the pot.
Berkey spent some time shuffling chips, then spoke up. "I feel like you have king-queen just as often as you have, like, pocket sevens." With that, he mustered the courage and slid the call forward. Sabat tabled , and Berkey quickly and quietly mucked.
Sabat is up to 2.2 million now after hanging out in the basement for a while.