Dan Shak opened to 100,000 from the cutoff, and the action folded to Greg Jensen, who moved all in for 770,000 from the blinds. Shak quickly called.
The flop gave Shak a straight draw, and the on the turn added a diamond flush draw. Any king, queen, ten, or diamond would eliminate Jensen, but the bricked on the river.
Jensen doubled to 1.575 million chips, while Shak is left with just 475,000.
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