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Monday, September 28, 2009

Durrrr Takes Down Biggest Pot in Televised Poker History

Playing in a field that included Phil Ivey, Allen Cunningham, Patrik Antonius, Tom Dwan, Mike Matusow and Gus Hansen Dwan stunned everyone present at teh Full Tilt Poker's Million Dollar Cash Game by taking down $1.2 million in a single hand. That was the largest cash game hand every won on televised poker.

Dwan bet out and Ivey raised him SB. Dwan called. The flop was Qc-5c-3d. Ivey bets out $40,000. Dwan calls. Turn is 4h. Ivey took the lead betting out again and got raised by Dwan to $250,000. After some thought Ivey re-raised all-in. Dwan instantly called and showed 6h-7h giving him the nut straight and Ivey turned over Ac-2h for smaller straight.


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