From the hijack, Robert Mcveigh opened for 150,000 and Justin Liberto three-bet to 410,000. This prompted Liberto to four-bet the action to 1.15 million, and Liberto responded in kind with a five-bet shove.
Action of this sort typically suggests monster hands will be tabled, and this occassion was no exception.
The classic cooler put Liberto in great shape to double, and when a third king came on the flop, he surged to an overwhelming lead in the hand. Mcveigh was drawing dead when the turned, and the on the river was irrelevant.