"All in and a call" the dealer shouted on table 351. No camera's and no interest from railbirds, so it was just us running towards the table where Ashton Griffin was about to bust Harry Kaczka.
With in front of Griffin, and displayed in front of Kaczka, things weren't looking to good for the latter. The board already read and the completed the disaster for Kaczka. What could have perfectly been a post flop pot where the money had gone in on the turn, it was in fact a pre flop all in, according to David Williams who was the only other player on the table at the time.
By the time Kaczka had exited the tournament area, seat two (Galen Hall) and seat six (Lee Markholt) had been filled as well.