Just before the level up, Loren Klein opened for 14,000 and cleared the field all the way around to Antony Lellouche in the big blind. He chose to three-bet to 45,000, Klein called, and it was heads-up action to the flop. Lellouche was first and fired his last 20,000, which Klein quickly called.
"Oh, how do you have one of those?" Klein asked in regards to Lellouche's four. The turn and river actually improved Lellouche to aces full, though he didn't need it, and he doubled on the hand.