Ray Romano has just taken down a small pot, but still sits with well below the starting stack. The hand he won started with a middle position player opening it up to 700. A player a couple of spots to his left splashed out the call and it was on to Romano in the small blind. He made the call and a flop was dealt.
As soon as the dealer had finished sliding the three cards across the felt, Roman had grabbed 1,500 worth of chips and flicked them into the middle. Both of his opponents didn't want to play with Romano and he raked in the chips. Before Romano had even begun stacking his new chips, he bounded out of his seat and left the tournament area.