Jorden Helstern was just seen with a stack of nearly 150,000 just moments after being seen having chipped up to 82,000. He confirmed that he knocked the player to his left out of the tournament and Pat Steele helped fill in the fuzzy details from the hand prior.
Steele opened and received calls from Helstern and the player on Helstern's left, the latter of whom got stacks in on a flop.
"And he made quads on the river," Steele added of Helstern's hand. That very moment, Faraz Jaka became the alternate to fill the vacant seat, taking a fresh stack of 30,000 onto Helstern's left with less than a full level of play remaining in the evening.