Jerry Buss, owner of the Los Angeles Lakers, was in a three-way pot with the hands looking like this:
Buss - (x) (x) /
Opponent 1 - (x) (x) /
Opponent 2 - (x) (x) /
On sixth street, Buss' first opponent was dealt the and bet. Buss called after being dealt the , and the second opponent mucked before we could catch his card. Buss and his opponent were dealt a down card, and Buss' opponent checked. Buss sweated his cards and bet.
"Well," his opponent sighed. "Have to pay to see it."
His opponent called, and Buss rolled over for an ace-high flush.