Three-time WSOP bracelet winner Dutch Boyd raised to 60,000 from middle position, and Nick "FU_15" Maimone three-bet to 165,000 from the hijack. Boyd tanked for about a minute before jamming for 491,000, and Maimone quickly called.
"Alright!" Boyd said, rubbing his hands together in anticipation of the flop.
The flop gave Maimone top set, and Boyd was out of his seat by the time the hit the turn, leaving him dead to Maimone's full house on the river.
"Flips are hard to win, in the Amazon Room." Maimone said with a grin as he brought in the last of Boyd's chips.