We heard the cry of "all in and a call" as we arrived to Glafiro Valle's table, and we saw that Valle himself was involved in the big hand. Valle held , but his opponent, Mick Graydon, had . The pot was worth over 400,000, so this was a pivotal moment in the tournament for both players.
The flop was safe for Graydon, coming . The turn kept him out in front, coming the , and a disappointed Valle didn't even bother looking at the river, which was the . Valle was left with just 11,000 after the hand, while Graydon is now one of our chip leaders.