John Gallaher shoved 640,000 and Uri Reichenstein called.
The flop came , giving Reichenstein a set and Gallaher the nut flush. Reichenstein couldn't find a paired board as it completed with the on the turn and the on the river.
Only a couple of hands later Gallaher shoved again, this time for 1,430,000 and it was Reichenstein who called again.
It was yet again another coinflip and Gallaher flopped the nuts when it came . The on the turn meant Reichenstein was drawing dead and the on the river was just a formality.