Larry Wright raised to 22,000 in the cutoff, Andy Bloch three-bet jammed for 52,000 on the button, and the action folded back to Wright, who quickly called.
Wright patted, and Bloch drew one, turning over an ace. Wright fanned for a jack-ten, and Bloch showed , drawing to any three, four, eight, nine, ten, or jack.
His downcard was a queen however, eliminating him in tenth place. Wright started clapping when he saw that Bloch's card was a queen, and Bloch clapped back to mock him. After Bloch exited, Nick Schulman and Ashton Griffin tried to explain to Wright that he was breaking etiquette, but Wright refused to listen, claiming that Bloch, "wouldn't shake his hand yesterday."