Old news but yeah.
The Canadian poker player came in third at a poker tournament in the Bahamas, taking away $671,240 (£518,868).
As usual, he is donating all his winnings to charity, earning him the nickname "the people's hero".
"Being a practitioner of Buddhism, we sit around and meditate a lot - and that's free," he told the BBC.
How does he reconcile his Buddhist practice - which emphasis making peace with the impermanence of life - with the adrenaline rush of a straight flush?
"With great difficulty," he admitted.
He is concerned about the ethics of playing a game that has left many in financial ruin.