Al Decarolis raised to 16,000 in the cutoff, Tony Gregg, known in some circles as the "End Boss," called on the button and Jason Mo defended his big blind. The flop fell , Mo checked and Decarolis continued for 25,000. Only Gregg called. The turn was the , Gregg called another 60,000 from Decarolis and the completed the board.
Decarolis checked, Gregg moved all in for 100,000 or so, and Decarolis called. The 2013 WSOP ONE DROP High Roller winner turned over , then quickly mucked the wired aces when Decarlois revealed for trip jacks.
"Good luck, everyone," Gregg told the table before exiting.