Doug Polk raised on the button, and Phil Ivey called from the big blind to see the flop. Ivey checked, Polk bet 75,000, and Ivey called.
The was added to the board on the turn, and Ivey checked. Polk bet 215,000, and Ivey took his time before he made the call to see the land on the river. Ivey checked, and Polk bet 540,000. Ivey leaned back in his chair and studied. While tanking, Ivey cut out the 540,000 from his stack and set it a little bit aside from the rest of his chips. After thinking for a bit, Ivey folded, and Polk was pushed the pot.