The floor was called over as Bryan Buonocore and his opponent were playing on the board of and they were also seeing the on the river.
The reason the floor was called over was because Bounocore's opponent never checked on the turn. What had happened was on the turn the dealer only saw Bouncore check and never saw that the opponent never checked. The floor ruled that the was going to be brought back and Bounocore's opponent had action back on the turn.
The opponent elected to check and Bouncore also checked.
The new river was the . Bounocore's opponent then bet out 5,000. This got Bounocore to push all in and the opponent called. Bounocore showed for quad jacks! His opponent had to muck but not before showing that he had . That meant the new river gave the opponent the nut straight. If he would have just gone along and checked right away or the dealer didn't miss the action on the turn then Bounocore would not have doubled with quads and his opponent would not have busted.
It was all good for Bounocore as he loved the river to give himself a near double and move up to 28,000 after the crazy hand.