The flop read . Jeff Platt was under the gun and check-called a bet of 600,000 from Kenneth Inouye who was on the cutoff.
The turn came the . Platt check-called again, this time for 1,600,000.
The river was the to double pair the board. Platt checked a third time over to Inouye who played with his chips a bit before pushing them all forward for the all in of about 5,700,000. Platt went into the tank and thought it out.
"Is to always a nine here? Or could it be something like jack-ten of spades" he said out loud trying to get anything out of Inouye who didn't budge.
Eventually he folded saying he was laying down a pair. Inouye showed the which Platt immediately winced at, indicating he had folded the better pair as he confirmed to his rail after the hand.