We saw a huge pot developing between John Hennigan and two opponents, and eventually the man known as "Johnny World" was scooping the chips his way.
The flop had fallen and Hennigan checked to a player in the one seat, who fired a bet of 1,100 into the middle. Next to act, another player moved all in over the top, making it 2,875 to play. Hennigan asked for a count, and then rolled his calling chops into the pot. The original bettor flatted the all in as well, and the turn card came .
Hennigan then led out for 3,400, a bet which folded the remaining opponent and left "Johnny World" to show down with the all-in player, who just happened to hold . Hennigan turned over his , having flopped top pair and a flush draw, and wouldn't you know it, the completed the board on the river.
With his opponent understandably upset, World simply collected his new chips in silence, while a tablemate offered a "nice flop" from across the table.