With 1,150 in the pot and a board reading , a player in the big blind checked to David "Devilfish" Ulliott who bet 600. His opponent thought long and hard before making the call and then checking in the dark.
"Check-raising in the dark," he added before the dealer completed the board with the river.
Ulliott checked behind, and in his thick Hull accent said, "King-queen."
"No good," his opponent said.
"I know," the Devilfish retorted. "I know what you've got."
The player tabled for a pair of aces. Ulliott then showed his before sending them to the muck.