We picked up the action on the flop as Mike Sexton was betting the . Brendan Taylor was his only opponent in the pot, and he called to see the turn. Sexton checked this time, and Taylor took his cue to bet. Sexton snuck in the check-raise, and Taylor called the extra bet to see the river. Sexton bet all but his last 5,000 chips, and Taylor called.
Mr. Sexton announced, "Nut-nut," in that made-for-TV voice and we childishly giggled just a little bit. He turned up , and his wheel and six-high straight earn him the scoop and the double up to about 295,000.