We came up on a hand where they were counting out the stacks of the players. The board read and Neil Coughlin had for a straight while busting his opponent who had kings.
While we were getting his chip count, which was significant for this stage of the tournament, Coughlin, the small blind, called a 250 raise from the under the gun player. The middle and late position players came along as well. The flop came and Coughlin checked to the preflop raiser who bet 550. It folded back to Coughlin, who moved all in, for 19,500. It looked like the UTG player was hesitant to fold but eventually did just that.
When asked for his name, Coughlin sort of chuckled. "I am not well known", he said. That may be the case but he sure is making his presence known at the table.