Matthew Jarvis probably thought that he got a pretty great flop. He was holding on a flop of . His opponent, Gianni Direnzo, had three-bet to 202,000 pre-flop after Jarvis opened for 72,000. Jarvis had called, then checked the flop. Direnzo continued for 500,000, drawing an all-in check-raise from Jarvis. Direnzo called for 870,000 more with , a set of tens. That left Jarvis looking for a non-pairing spade that never came, turn and river.
Jarvis slipped back below 5.0 million, while Direnzo is up to 3.2 million.