Hand #23: Leif Force raised from the hijack to 350,000 and Dan Sindelar called from the big blind. The flop came down and Sindelar check-folded when Force bet 350,000.
Hand #24: Andoni Larrabe raised to 325,000 from early position and both blinds called. The flop came down and the action was checked to Larrabe who bet 375,000. Dan Sindelar check-raised to 925,000, Iaron Lightbourne folded and Larrabe made the call.
The turn was the and both players checked. On the river, the , Sindelar bet 1,925,000 and Larrabe quickly folded his cards.
Hand #25: Thomas Sarra Jr raised to 350,000 from the cutoff and he took down this pot.
Hand #26: Sarra raised to 355,000 from the hijack and the action folded to Andoni Larrabe in the big blind. "How much do you have?" Larrabe asked Sarra, who responded he had a little over four million.
"All in," Larrabe then announced.
"All in?" Sarra questioned his opponent. "That's a big bet, a very big bet. I need to think about this one," Sarra continued.
After a brief pause Sarra continued thinking out loud and said, "That's a really big bet, why would you do that?"
Another 10 seconds went by and then Sarra called.
"Y'all are crazy!" Leif Force yelled in excitement.
"Holy s***!" Oscar Kemps added.
Everyone at the table started laughing, but Sarra was indeed all in for his tournament life.
The board ran out and Sarra found himself a very big double-up.
"Grande cojones!" Kemps yelled as Sarra raked in this big, "Big hairy balls!" the Dutchman continued as Larrabe shook his head in disbelief. The Spaniard who started the day with a very big stack is now among the shorter ones at this table.