In a three-way limped pot on a flop, Tyler Groth in the small blind, Darren Taylor in the big blind, and Mark Zullo checked to see the on the turn. Groth checked, Taylor bet 26,000, and Zullo called before Groth also called. The on the river saw a bet of 100,000 by Groth and a fold by Taylor, who was shown for the straight flush by Groth.
The very next hand, Groth limped the button, and Taylor raised to 96,000 in the small blind. Groth called, and the flop fell . Taylor checked, Groth bet 216,000, and Taylor subsequently check-raised all in. Groth asked for a count, and Taylor was at risk for 594,000, which Groth called by tossing in a single chip.
"He got kings and the six. The guy is dead, let's fucking go," the British rail of Taylor said. Technically, Groth was not drawing dead but needed running treys for quads to avoid a huge setback. The turn locked things up for Taylor, and the river was a mere formality.