James Park raised to 175,000 from the hijack and saw both Jeremy Ausmus, in the cutoff, and Adam Hendrix, in the small blind, call to see a flop.
Hendrix bet pot for 605,000, leaving himself 300,000, behind and saw Park reshove. Ausmus quickly got out of the way, and Hendrix called.
Park's top set was ahead of Hendrix's holding, and when the turn brought the for quads, that was the end of the run for Hendrix. The insignificant hit the river, and Hendrix said his goodbyes to the table and collected $56,703 in 12th place.