We caught the action on the flop between Patrick Healy, who was in the big blind, and Phil Ivey, who was under the gun. The dealer washed two 50,000 chip bets into the pot as the board read . Healy bet out 50,000 and Ivey decided to raise to 200,000. Healy tanked for a bit before verbally announcing a raise to 350,000. Ivey didn't waste more than 30 seconds before putting in the call.
The river was the and Healy grabbed chips. He pondered for around a minute moving chips back and forth before finally deciding to check. Ivey stared at the table for about 20 seconds and said, "Check". Healy turned over and was amazed he had the best hand, as Ivey slammed his cards face down into the muck. For only half a second we could spot some serious frustration on Ivey's face, but this didn't last long as he went back to his focussed look. Phil Ivey just dropped below one million chips, but he still has 47 big blinds.