In what could be the wildest hand of the night, David Harmon got himself involved in a massive three-way all-in pot.
With only 40,000 in the pot on a board, the small blind shoved into three others for his remaining 81,000 chips. Harmon pulled out the Hollywood and sat there for a bit before shoving for 124,500. A player in middle position, who covered everyone, also went all-in. The button player showed plenty of interest in continuing but couldn't justify the massive price.
While Harmon was set-over-set against the middle position player, the small blind had both an open-ended straight draw and a nut flush draw.
The would come on the river, giving Harmon the entire pot, eliminating the small blind, and leaving the middle position player with just 44,000 behind.
With the win, Harmon went from a stack of 30,000 to an enormous tower of 362,000 chips in a mere 20-minute span.