With 143,000 in chips in front of Bradley Anderson in what looked to be an apparent four-bet and an all-in wager in front of Jeff Sluzinski, the action was back on Anderson who would be at risk if he made the call. After a few moments of thought, Anderson made the call and turned over . He was in trouble as Sluzinski had .
"Come on jack, come on jack," Anderson begged as the dealer put out the flop. "Come on jack," Anderson said again as the turn was placed on the felt. The dealer burned a card and Anderson gave one last plea for a miracle. "Jack ball, jack ball."
Jack ball it was: The . "Whew," sighed Anderson. Sluzinski's reaction was understandably one of frustration. "Good call. Good read," he said to Anderson. "Thought you were making a move on me," Anderson replied.