Roland de Wolfe raised to 60,000 from early position, then Tom Dwan reraised to 190,000 from the hijack seat. It folded to the small blind where John Morgan called the reraise, and de Wolfe stepped aside.
The flop came , and Morgan quickly fired four lavender chips for a bet of 400,000. Dwan wasted no time declaring he was all in, the raise being to 940,000. Morgan sat quietly for a moment, then said he was calling.
"Well, you have my blockers," said Morgan as he stood to watch the rest of the hand play out. The dealer then burned a card and delivered the turn, putting Morgan ahead of Dwan's kings.
At the sight of that card, Dwan leaned forward and had already begun to rise from his seat when the river fell… the , giving Dwan a saving straight!
"You had one foot in the car," someone said to Dwan. He grinned sheepishly, eyebrows raised, as he sat back down. "More than that," he responded.