After some raising back and forth, Antonio Esfandiari had moved all in against his opponent Dan Shak. Shak made the call to put himself at risk for 70,900 holding the . Esfandiari had the and only 2,400 chips more than Shak.
The flop, turn, and river ran out , and Shak's two pair of kings and jacks won him the hand. Esfandiari was left with just 2,400.
"It's the Dan Shak playbook," commented Joe Hachem with a smile from across the table.
"If I think I'm gonna win, I go with it," responded Shak as he stacked up his chips.
"That's in my playbook, too," said Justin Bonomo. "If I think I'll win, I play."
Shak moved to over 140,000 in chips, and Esfandiari was eliminated shortly thereafter.