Chris Moneymaker raised to 900 in early position, and a very short-stacked David Murphy moved all in for 5,500 near the button.
"OK," Moneymaker said when it folded back to him. "You caught me, but I have to call."
He flicked in enough chips, and the hands were opened.
The dealer fanned , changing very little, but the suicide king () spiked on the turn, giving Moneymaker a leading pair of kings. The players at the table let out a collective groan, but it was soon replaced by excited yelps when the fell on the river, giving Murphy a set.
"Yes!" Murphy said, elated. "One time!"
"How do I run sooooooo bad," Moneymaker said with a wry smile. "They always hit two outers on me!"
He and Murphy shared a laugh while Murphy dragged in the pot, pushing him to 11,000 chips. Moneymaker is still very healthy with 67,000.