"All in and call!" was the yell from the back corner table of the room. When our reporter arrived at the table, Matt Stout was all in and at risk with the against Dan Smith holding the .
"Nice hand, nice hand," commented Smith when he saw Stout table his cowboys.
On the deal, Stout was actually dealt the as one of his cards, but it flashed and he was forced to turn it in and get another card, which then turned out to to give him pocket kings.
The flop, turn, and river ran out , and Stout's hand held up. He doubled to over 500,000 while Smith was knocked back to 155,000.