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Samer Al-Shurieki shoves all in from middle position for 2,095,000. Action folds to Carl Martel in the hijack, who pauses for nearly two minutes before moving his remaining 2,035,000 into the middle. It folds to Calvin Anderson in the big blind, who snap-calls both of the all-in bets, having both players covered.
The flop comes K-J-5 , giving Al-Shurieki a set of jacks. "Yes," Al-Shurieki says aloud.
The A turn gives Anderson the lead with his set of aces. "No," Al-Shurieki says, as Anderson sits motionless.
The river is the J, giving Al-Shurieki quads, and he throws his hands up in the air in excitement, and runs over to his rail to get high fives.
Anderson sits and ensures that Martel in fact has the smallest amount of chips and that there is no side pot. The dealer counts down the stacks, and Martel's 2,035,000 is pushed over to Al-Shurieki, 2,095,000 from Anderson's stack is also pushed to Al-Shurieki, awarding him nearly a triple-up.
Samar Al-Shurieki - 6,800,000 (34 bb)
Calvin Anderson - 2,600,000 (13 bb)
Carl Martel - Eliminated in 10th place for $35,269