We didn't catch the full action but witnessed a massive pot going on on Table 440. Sean Jazayeri filled us in with the details of the betting sizes and said with a smile on the face, "And then I used my experience to hit a set on the turn." We should remember that one for the next time we play a tournament.
So what exactly happened? There was a raise to 4,200 and Jazayeri called, Martin Finger then three-bet to 14,200 out of the big blind and only Jazayeri called. On the flop, Finger continued for 15,500 and the WPT champion elected to call. After the turn, Finger bet 35,000 and Jazayeri moved all in for 89,900.
His opponent from Germany called rather quickly and showed but it was only second best to the of Jazayeri. The river was the and that didn't help Finger, abruptly interrupting his decent start.