We arrived at Daniel Makowsky's table after the river had been dealt. The board showed and there was about 5,000 in the middle. Makowsky had pushed all in for his last 3,975, and his opponent called. Makowsky showed for a set of sixes. His opponent did not want to show his hand, and when the dealer suggested he had to, the floor was called.
The floor confirmed that with an all-in and a call, both hands had to be shown. "They want to make sure we're not colluding," explained Makowsky. The player showed his , and Makowsky now sits with about 13,000.