The player in the hijack limped in and Theo Tran made it 450 to go from the cutoff. It was folded around and Tran's opponent made the call.
The flop came and immediately the player in the hijack stated that he was all in. Tran, a long time veteran of the WSOP with over $2.6 million in lifetime career earnings, quickly let go of his hand. He's still sitting with a stack of nearly three times what he started with. He's looking to add to an impressive WSOP resume that already includes 19 cashes, five final tables, and four top four finishes including two 2nd place finishes that netted him over $750,000.