With the board showing on the turn, the player in the small blind checked, and Donavon Wright bet 150,000 from the big blind. The UTG+1 player raised to 510,000, and the small blind folded. Wright called.
The river card was the , and Wright moved all in with a big stack. His opponent paused for a moment or two before he folded, and Wright proudly slammed down his on the table for a king-high bluff.
Wright celebrated loudly, at one point chanting “Big bluff. Big bluff. Big bluff.”
When there was a break in the chant, his opponent quietly but clearly said, “I had the same hand.”
Wright sat back down in his seat, and as he stacked the pot, he said, “That’s my last bluff of the day.”
Donavon Wright – 5,460,000 (109 bb)
With about 100 players remaining from a field of 7,703, the average chip stack is around 1,540,000 (31 big blinds). The field is in the money, with the remaining players guaranteed at least $3,305 each.