We don't always catch monster pots; in fact, most of the ones we watch are rather run of the mill. Here are two:
Hand #1: Dan Shak opened for 1,500 from middle position and Stephen Chidwick defended from the big blind. The duo then checked both the flop and , and then did it one more time when the completed the board on the river. Shak sheepishly showed , and it was good as Chidwick tossed his hand to the muck cards unseen.
Hand #2: An early-position player opened for 1,400 and received calls from Patrik Antonius and Tony Bloom in the cutoff and big blind respectively. All three players then checked the flop, and two more checks followed on the turn. That opened the door for Antonius to bet 1,700, which took down the pot.