Jared Davis started the day with just 9,800 chips, and he's worked that up over 100,000 here as the night goes on. The last pot was just sick. Davis opened with a raise from the button, and the player in the small blind had 3/4 of his chips committed already. He went ahead and called all in for 4,000 dark, and he was heads-up with Davis.
Davis announced that he had jacks ( ), and the all-in player didn't like it. Until, that is, he turned over his cards for the first time, revealing ! How quickly things change. And then change back. The flop ripped off , and the whole table reacted with stunned a unison, stunned, "Ohhhhhh!" The turn and river came and , and the short stack has been eliminated.
With that pot, Jared Davis climbs to 112,000 and into the realm of the big stacks.