Three players had seen a flop of , and the player under the gun bet 3,000 when checked to. Both the small blind and Doyle Brunson in the big blind called. The turn was a , and the small blind bet out 4,000. Both of his opponents called. A hit the river, and the small blind checked. Brunson tossed out 12,000, and the under-the-gun player immediately moved all in for just a few thousand more. Brunson called after the small blind folded.
Brunson showed for a queen high-straight.
"Straight flush," Brunson's opponent said excitedly, tabling for the absolute nuts. He took down the pot.