Set over set is a cooler. There's no way around it. Catching set over set on Day 6 of the WSOP Main Event is a horrible cooler. That's what happened to Jose Nadal, who wound up calling Jakob Toestesen's three-bet shove for 918,00 on a flop of . Nadal tabled , a set of treys, no good against Toestesen's , a set of jacks. The turn and river were both eights to double up Toestesen to 2,200,000. Nadal has been crippled to 310,000.