Taylor Paur opened with a raise from middle position, then Steven Gee reraised to 300,000 from the button. It folded back to Paur who made it 630,000 to go, and Gee called.
The flop came . Paur led out for 565,000, and Gee called again. The turn was the . Paur took his time, carving out chips and arranging them in front of himself. He then announced he was all in, tossing in a single lavender chip as he did.
Gee winced a little and didn't act right away, but soon enough was calling. Now Paur was the one wincing. "Kings?" Paur asked as he tabled his . Not kings, but still bad for Paur — Gee had .
The river was the , and Gee claims a large percentage of Paur's stack.