Mere moments after failing to felt John Strzemp with , James Miller managed to do the deed with a much stronger hand.
Holding the , Miller opened for 11,000 and Strzemp, perhaps cluing in Miller after he showed down rags, looked him up with . On the flop, Miller made a small bet, and Strzemp took the bait, moving all-in over the top.
If he could call with three-four, a pair of tens was surely good enough, and Miller pushed his chips forward to put the 1997 WSOP Main Event runner-up at risk.
Two bricks completed the board, and Miller's pair was good over Strzemp's ace-high hand.