Kyle Julius raised the minimum with in his hand, and John Dibella defended his big blind to see a heads-up flop with .
The was a fantastic start for Dibella, and he checked to the raiser. Julius checked it back, though, and the hit fourth street. Now Dibella led out with 250,000 of his own chips, and Julius made the call to see the last card.
It was the , giving Dibella a straight flush! He stacked up another bet and pushed 750,000 across the line, and Julius needed a soak in the tank. It looked like he wanted to call, but he got a bad vibe from his opponent, and the calm-looking Dibella finally coaxed an unwanted fold from his opponent.
From where we're sitting, it looks like Julius got away pretty cheaply on that fun hand.