Nicholas Dileo got the remainder of his chips all in on a flop of . Dileo had , but was drawing thin against the of his opponent for a flopped set.
Needing a miracle to stay alive in the tournament, Dileo hit the on the turn and the on the river for runner-runner quads.
"Yes!" he yelled, raising his arms in the air. Dileo said that was the first time he had been all in during the tournament. He stopped to take a picture of the board before stacking up his new chips.