On a flop of the player under the gun bet 1,200. Simon Chahine was the other player in the hand and he raised it up to 3,100 from the hijack. Chahine's opponent then three-bet to 9,200 which he called shortly after.
The turn brought the and the under the gun player paused for a moment before announcing all in for around 16,500. Chahine snap-called and immediately tabled for quad threes before standing up from his chair in excitement. His opponent could only look in shock as he revealed for two pair and was drawing dead.
The meaningless completed the board and Chahine raked in the pot as another player hit the rail.