Gabriel Morin open-shoved for his 510,000 chips on the button, and his roomate Marc McLaughlin called in the big blind.
"Sorry," Morin joked, insinuating that he was going to suck out on his good friend and roommate.
The dealer rapped the table, and the flop fell . Both players sat silently, awaiting the turn, which was the .
There was a beat.
The dealer rapped the table on more time, and dealt the river; the .
The two friends shared a heart-fealt handshake, as the pro-Montreal rail offered Morin praise. Even 2010 Main Event Champion Jonathan Duhamel shouted to Morin from the rafters behind us, congratulating him on his deep finish and his $211,353 payday.