Hand #52: Jorryt van Hoof opened to 525,000 from the cutoff and Eddy Sabat called from the big blind. The flop came down and both players checked to see the hit the turn. Sabat led at the turn for 600,000 and van Hoof flatted.
The hit the felt on the river and Sabat cut out a bet of 1.15 million. Van Hoof announced all in over the top and Sabat instantly shifted in his seat. He shook his head and counted out his chip stack. His all in was for 5.975 million total and he took his time making his decision.
Sabat stood from the table and plopped chips into the center, signifying a call. Van Hoof immediately tabled for the nuts.
"Aw, man, he's got the nuts," said Sabat as he rolled over for a lower flush. His hand was pulled into the muck and he became the 16th-place finisher.
Van Hoof raked in the pot and brought his stack up to 26.655 million for the overall tournament chip lead.