On a board showing and more than 8,000 in the middle, Oliver Cary bet 4,500 from the button and was called by the remaining player in the hand.
A third ten appeared as the came on the river. Oliver then declared he was all-in for his remaining 12,750, prompting his opponent to tank for a while.
After some deliberation, he finally folded, showing pocket jacks for the full house. It was a good fold, though, as Oliver tabled for quad tens.