We came to the table of Matt Glantz and his seat was empty. Instead, the player in seat six had a ton of chips and is our probable chip leader at the moment. What happened? Joseph Salvaggi opened to 4,200 from under the gun, Glantz three-bet to 11,500, Salvaggi then made it 23,800.
The raising war wasn't over yet as Glantz clicked it to 45,000 and then called all in for 112,000 with pocket queens only to have his opponent show aces. No help on the board and Glantz is done for the day.