Niki Jedlick, who finished runner-up to Team PokerStars Pro Eugene Katchalov last week in the Eureka High Roller, bought in at the start of Day 2, and in less than an hour he's more than tripled his starting stack.
In a recent hand, Carl Carlsson moved all in for 33,600 and Jedlicka moved all in over the top from the button. The blinds both folded and the cards were turned up.
"I've been running good," Jedlicka said confidently. Indeed, his proclamation was evidenced by the flop. The turn improved him to a full house, which meant Carlsson was drawing dead. The meaningless was run out on the river for good measure, and Carlsson took his leave from the tournament.