Hand #106: Dan Sindelar had the button.
Felix Stephensen opened to 1.3 million from under the gun and Jorryt van Hoof three-bet next to act to 3 million. With the action on Dan Sindelar, he four-bet shoved all in for 9.15 million and Stephensen quickly folded before van Hoof made the call.
With Sindelar in the lead and at risk, the dealer spread a flop to give van Hoof an overwhelming lead as Sindelar would have just one out to stay alive.
The turn of the changed nothing, and when the completed the board on the river, Sindelar was headed to the rail in 7th place for a $1,235,862 payday as van Hoof soared to 75.27 million in chips.