After getting those chips back, Matt Jarvis has returned them in short order to Justin Filtz over the course of a just a couple of hands.
In the first, the pair had already built a sizable pot by the turn when the board showed . Jarvis checked, Filtz bet 275,000, and Jarvis made the call. The river brought the and Jarvis checked once more. Acting more quickly than usual, Filtz bet 850,000 and after some deliberation Jarvis called. Filtz tabled for a full house, and Jarvis mucked.
On the next hand, Jarvis raised to 165,000 from the button and Filtz called. The pair checked the flop and turn. The river was the , and Filtz bet 250,000. Jarvis thought a second, then called. Filtz showed for king-high, and Jarvis sheepishly mucked his hand. "Wow, that's sick," he said. "I called you with jack-high."
A bit of frustration, perhaps, from Jarvis, who is back down to 3.2 million. Filtz, meanwhile, is pushing 7.8 million.