Isaac Haxton opened to 80,000 with , and Jonathan Duhamel defended his big blind with .
The flop gave Duhamel trips, and he checked. Haxton continued for 140,000, and Duhamel check-raised to 380,000. Haxton called.
The turn was the , Duhamel led for 560,000, and Haxton called, drawing dead.
The completed the board, and Duhamel moved all in for 1,540,000. Haxton begrudgingly folded, and asked Duhamel to show the bluff. The 2010 World Series of Poker Main Event champion didn't show the bluff, rather he mucked then pulled in the pot.