James Keys opened the action to 20,000 from under the gun and it the play was folded around to Kevin Pollak in the hijack. He three-bet to 60,000 and it was back on Keys, who four-bet to 110,000. Pollak then shoved all in and Keys made the call.
Pollak was up on his feet here, shouting for his hand to hold up. He got his wish, with the board sending him the double up. At this point Pollak stormed away from the table in celebration, pacing throughout the tournament area fist pumping. After a few moments, someone from a nearby table shouted, "Kevin, you're meant to stay at the table when you win."
"When you've got a minute, go f***k yourself," said Pollak jokingly in reply, still excited about his victory. "If this is how I act when i win, imagine what happens when I lose!" said Pollak as his table and the nearby tables joined him in a laugh.