A cry of "All in and call at 372!" and Tony Dunst standing up from his seat brought us to the Red mini-feature table. Dunst was all in pre-flop for a total of 457,000 with . Ryan Eriquezzo, who had been dealt , was Dunst's opponent. Eriquezzo checked exactly how much he was on the hook for if he lost the hand.
"458? 457?" said Dunst. "But you might queen-ball it."
"How about three diamonds on the flop?" Eriquezzo responded. He had no such luck as the flop came .
"Well, you got the three part right," said another player at the table, referring to the . The turn was another blank, leaving Dunst one card away from a double-up.
"The heart rate is slightly accelerated right now," Dunst said. "A little bit." We can only imagine it stopped completely as a river face-card flashed -- but it was a harmless , not a Dunst-killing queen. Dunst secured the double-up to climb to 915,000.