I must first note that flickr, the inspiration for the term SpainR, actually uses a colored "r" instead of an upper case "R". So maybe the typographically more accurate spelling of SpainR should be Spainr, no?
Now back to the topic at hand. On Poker After Dark (http://www.nbcsports.com/poker/feature1.html#) Week 5, Friday's full episode, Segment 3, about a third of the way through, we see the SpainR in action. The play is three handed with Laak the chip leader, Esfandiari and Harman trying to collect chips in the PAD winner take all format. Esfandiari folds 62os on the button. Harman picks up Jd8d (suited SpainR) in the SB and pushes for $25,800 and Laak in the BB picks up pocket Nines. Laak calls off $24,600. Then the dialog goes like this:
Laak: (pointing at Harman's hand) That's the Unabomber Ultra Deluxe. Actually...
Esfandiari: (interrupting) No, Jack Eight of Hearts
Laak: (re-interrupting) Right. That's just Deluxe. Jack Eight of Hearts is Ultra Deluxe.
Harman: Jack Eight suited has always been lucky for me.
Laak: Are you kidding me? (Pointing at Harman's hand) This is super-durable, super-pure, super-juicy hand.
Board runs 4c4h8s Kc Tc and the SpainR suited goes down in flames and puts Laak at a 3:1 advantage over Esfandiari going heads up.
This concludes today's look at hands in history.