Christopher Chabris currently has a new feature in the WSJ on games. His first piece, “The Play That Changed Poker,” is out now.
The now-famous 2004 move was made by Dan Harrington. With seven players left in the event, Josh Arieh opened the action with a bet of $225,000. Greg Raymer called the bet. When it was Mr. Harrington’s turn, he raised, betting $1.2 million on his hand. Messrs. Arieh and Raymer folded, and Mr. Harrington took the pot. [WSJ.com]