Xavier Mouysset opened to 60,000 in early position and Martin Jacobson three-bet to 180,000 on the button. From the next seat over, Juan Gonzalez Suarez cold four-bet to 600,000 from the small blind, which got a quick fold from Mouysset.
But the Jacobson wasn't going anywhere and the 2014 WSOP Main Event champ five-bet jammed with Suarez covered. The Costa Rican called with a total stack of around 900,000.
Juan Gonzalez Suarez:
Jacobson was pipped but the flop came down to give him a commanding lead with a set, prompting a quiet sigh from Suarez. The board then finished out to add insult to injury by improving Jacobson to quads to eliminate Suarez in horrific fashion.
Suarez seemed to be in shock and took a few moments before giving Jacobson a fist-bump and leaving the tournament area.
"Nice hand. Well played!" laughed Andre Akkari.
|Juan Gonzalez Suarez||Busted|