Donald Kilgore was in the cutoff and limped in. Akin Tuna was on the button and raised to 4,500. Eddy Sabat moved all in from the small blind for 3,900 as did David Hoag in the big blind for the exact same amount. Kilgore called the 4,500 and there was heads up action in a sidepot for 1,200 while Hoag and Sabat were all in for the main.
The two players checked it down on the side and the board ran out .
Sabat made two pair with his queen and that was enough to get a massive quadruple up along with an elimination.
With about 9,000 in the pot and the board reading Action was checked to Eddy Sabat on the button and he bet 3,000. Fabian Schmidt called in the big blind and another player folded in middle position.
The turn was the and Sabat bet 5,400. Schmidt check-raised all in and Sabat called for his remaining 11,700. Sabat tabled for a set of sevens and Schmidt showed for top pair. The river was the and Sabat got the double up and has made an incredible comeback from his short stack of just over three big blinds.
Eddy Sabat has five cashes already this series and is now going on his 6th. He has 32 cashes overall at the WSOP and 8 cashes on the WSOP circuit. Sabat hasn't won a ring or bracelet yet but someone with this much skill will eventually get it. It's only a matter of time for this 31 year old from Lancaster, California.