Alexander Schaschowitz was reduced to 100 chips after he couldn't hold up with a set of fours against the open-ended straight draw of Cord Garcia and ended up forced all in from the small blind the next hand. Garcia bet the flop for 2,500 and Sandor Ambrus check-raised the pot to 14,700. Garcia moved all in and Ambrus folded.
"I have almost the same hand as last time," Schaschowitz said and turned over . Garcia had the and the turn and river were both blanks.
Then, the fireworks continued and a reraise to 8,000 was in front of Casey Kastle. What followed was the all in of Garcia, the all in call of Dutch Boyd and Ambrus. Kastle gave it some thought and folded with the words "I don't know when I folded this hand the last time."
The flop was as good as it could get for Boyd, and the turn and river completed the board. Boyd tripled up for 31,800 with the nine-high straight and Ambrus got 2,600 chips back from Garcia. "Enjoy, and you enjoy also," Garcia joked when all was done and dusted.