Jon Lane raised on the button, Steven Loube called out of the small blind, and Jared Jaffee moved all in for around 200,000 or so in the big blind. Lane folded, and Loube immediately announced a call, excitedly turning over .
Jaffee showed .
"Make sure you write bracelet winner if I lose," Loube, who won a PLO event in 2012, requested.
Loube was a huge favorite to win the hand though, and his odds increased when the dealer fanned a flop of . Jaffee popped out of his chair and grabbed his bag before the dealer could deliver the turn, and he didn't even see the hit the felt.
Jaffee could make quads with the , and the river was a , but the wasn't enough. The recent WPT winner will collect $14,615 for his efforts, while Loube is up to 500,000 chips.