Ryan Terpstra was all in for around 500,000, Ronald Larsen had his stack of around 900,000 in the middle, and Mourad Amokrane called to put both players at risk.
Amokrane hit trip sevens on a flop of , but Larsen took the lead on the turn with a full house. "Yeah, baby!" he yelled as he now had to avoid just one out on the river.
The dealer turned over the on the river and the table erupted as Amokrane hit quads to knock out both players.
"I've never seen a hand like that in my life," tablemate Jeff Gross said. Larsen stood by his seat stunned before collecting his payout slip and joining Terpstra on the rail.