Doyle Brunson raised it up to 1,500 from the cutoff, and Matthew Hoing called on the button. The player in the big blind reraised to 4,000, and Brunson repopped it to 19,500. Hoing folded, and the player in the big blind moved all in, having Brunson covered.
Brunson's head immediately perked up, he confirmed that the player had moved all in, then he quickly called.
Brunson was in great shape for the double up, and the hand was all but over when the flop came down . Brunson would only need to dodge runner runner, and the on the turn ended things. The meaningless river was the , and Brunson notched a huge double up to 161,000.