From under the gun, Russell Thomas raised to 100,000. Play folded to Robert Buckenmayer in the hijack seat and he reraised to 235,000. Things then moved to David Kluchman in the small blind and he reraised to 400,000. Action folded back to Buckenmayer and he made a mistake of thinking he only had to call 65,000 more, not 165,000. He tossed in the 65,000, but the dealer instructed him that he needed to call 100,000 more. He did so and the flop came down .
On the flop, Kluchman led for 500,000 and Buckenmayer made the call to see the pair the board on the turn. Kluchman checked and Buckenmayer took a minute before checking behind.
The river completed the board with the and Kluchman moved all in. Buckenmayer snap-called with turned over the for top full house. Kluchman couldn't believe it.
"Ship it," said Buckenmayer sternly as he stood from his chair.
"Sir, don't say that, it's not nice," commented Amnon Filippi from Seat 9. Buckenmayer sat back down.
Buckenmayer's stack was counted down and he was all in for 1.995 million on the river, creating a massive pot of nearly six million and sending it his way. Kluchman was knocked all the way down to 490,000.