OK... it wasn't really insane, but here's how it went down:
Chip leader and bulldozer Con Angelakis opened the pot with a raise from middle position. Action folded around to Guzzardi on the button and he raised the pot. Angelakis made the call and the two saw a flop.
Angelakis checked, Guzzardio moved all in and Angelakis called, stating he had nothing but a flush draw:
The fell on the turn, giving Angelakis a few extra outs and the that fell on the river did Guzzardi in.
After this hand, Angelakis stacked up 224,000 in chips.
Con Angelakis is the current chip leader with over 160,000. If you're out there wondering how it happened, we have a story to tell you. We got this second hand, but our sources are pretty credible.
In a three-way pot, Angelakis got his last 3,000 chips in the middle on a flushing board against an unknown hand and . Angelakis held for the nut straight, which held. And it has been full steam ahead from there.