Yeah, but Guy called in some spots with no pair no draw hoping to pair up. Not great poker there.
How about Doyle laying down the flush to Jamie? Looked like Doyle thought Jamie wanted a call, which he did, but he shouldn't have wanted one.
Hmm, I'd say that I've seen many of the top live pros do much worse than this on HSP, see Eli, Sammy and very often Daniel: at least he had 2 overs and not just one. Calling in such a spot (with only overs) also mixes up your play and makes you harder to read, Jennifer Harman has done it against Phil Hellmuth on season 3 (?) with also great results (turning a pair and rivering a flush with such garbage as 92s if memory serves). The deep stack nature of the game also makes this play better because opponents with top pair now are giving away good implied odds.
Doyle laying down the flush is fine after betting the turn. His involvement in the pot was pretty small and the spot was more than marginal, since he knows Jamie will play Q7s or the like hoping to hit. If it was the normal 100k, I can see Doyle calling and stack off with the 3rd nuts, but in such a deep game, I'd wager that we won't see a lot of the good pros with a lot of cash experience stack off with the 3rd nuts to turn agression. The only thign to be said is that I can see Jamie playing two pairs or a set this way against Doyle, but really, Doyle has position on Guy and Gold, better opportunities will arise.