A short-stacked Aaron O'Rourke put the last of his chips in the middle preflop against Michael Stembera. O'Rourke showed , but Stembera turned over , and O'Rourke would need help. That's exactly what he got on the flop, as the dealer spread , giving O'Rourke quads and leaving Stembera drawing dead. The meaningless turn and river were the and the , and O'Rourke doubled up.
He continued building on the next hand, taking down the pot with a preflop three-bet and building his stack up to 24,000.