Jordan Pelon raised to 2,500,000 from early position before Jacob Suggs shoved for 9,200,000 on the button. Gabriel Andrade then re-shoved and Pelon called to put both opponents at risk.
Andrade hit the last ace in the deck on the flop to make a set as the board ran out . The stacks were counted down and Suggs had him covered by just 600,000 as he tripled up.
The next hand, Pelon raised again to 2,500,000.
"Big decision. Tough one," Suggs joked as he stuck in his last chips. Jeff Loiacono also shoved all in and Pelon got out of the way.
Loiacono's pocket pair held up on the board to knock out Suggs just as players prepared to head off on break.