After a limped pot preflop, Tyler Groth bet the flop for 100,000, and Jonathan Zarin called. After the turn, both players invested yet another 300,000, and there were already close to one million chips in the middle.
The river completed the board, and Groth bet 600,000. Zarin stared at his opponent and eventually called to see Groth announce six-deuce for a straight. Groth turned over , and Zarin sighed, turned around to his rail, and asked, "How does he have it?"