$300 + $50 NL (1 Re-entry)
Players on table 1 don't want pocket aces because they've been cracked twice in three hands
2002 WSOP Main Event Champion Robert Varkonyi (Great Neck, NY) is the first to do it when he's all-in and at risk with QQ against AA and A2. Another player says he folded a queen and when a queen hits the flop, Varkonyi wins the pot with the one outer and now has 80k in chips.
Two hands later, Saad Ghanem (Rosedale, MD) has pocket aces vs his opponents J♥ 10 ♥. The flop has one heart, and then goes runner-runner hearts to take 50k from Ghanem, who's now down to 20k.