We're not sure how the preflop action went down, but a three-way all-in pot just developed that saw both Patrick Fortin and David Labchuk at risk against the big stack of Jonathan Frey.
Labchuk had more than Fortin, so a side pot of 286,000 was at stake between him and Frey. The kings of Labchuk were out in front and the flop was relatively safe. However, the spiked on the turn to send Fortin celebrating.
"Red cardm" Fortin said after noticing three clubs on board. Sure enough, if a non-deuce club hit the river, Frey would scoop the pot. Luckily for both Labchuk and Fortin, the blanked. Fortin tripled on the hand while Labchuk took down the side pot.
"That was the first time I've been all in all tournament," Fortin confessed.