Brian Horton must have thought he was in pretty good shape when he called the small blind's all-in shove. Horton tabled , which in most instances would be a pre-flop favorite against the small blind's . But the small blind in this hand was Charles "Chuck" Norris, whose actual hand can beat any poker hand, even a so-called "dominating" hand. Sure enough, the flop came to give Norris trip queens.
"Heart?" asked Horton. He started to say thank you when the turn came , until Tony Dunst pointed out "That's no good." Indeed, the turn gave Norris a full house. The river blanked and Norris had doubled up.