Jordan Spurlin raised to 110,000 from the hijack, and was called by Vanessa Kade on the button and Daniel Hughes in the big blind.
Hughes checked a flop over to Spurlin, who bet 150,000. Kade raised to 400,000, and Hughes folded. Spurlin put a column of 100k chips in the pot to set Kade in for her last 1.8 million, and Kade snapped it off.
Kade's trip fours had Spurlin's tens and fours in rough shape, but Spurlin couldn't be denied, as the hit the turn, giving him tens-full and leaving Kade looking for the case four to survive. The river bricked off, and a frustrated Kade could only say, "C'mon!" before taking her unicorn Celeste and heading to the payout desk.