Early into the last level of the night and the "Godfather of Poker", Doyle Brunson is still kicking away with just shy of the starting stack. We recently caught Brunson in a hand against one opponent, with our reporter arriving to the table with a already out on the felt. It was Brunson's opponent first to act on the turn and he bet 2,625.
When Brunson made the call, a completed the board on the river. This time Brunson's opponent bet 3,450 and Brunson responded by raising it to 14,325. Brunson's opponent thought for an extremely long time before eventually letting go of his hand and sending the win to Brunson.
As Brunson scooped up the pot, he tabled a of hearts and said something along the lines of, "Almost managed the straight flush."