We wish we had more details on this hand, but we only caught up as the action was frozen by the now-common, "All in and a call!" from a dealer. When we walked over, we could see that the action happened after a flop, and Dale Robinson had gotten about 200,000 chips in with . Brian Park had the covering stack across the table, and his had flopped the joint.
"This would be a really bad beat," Robinson astutely noted as we walked up. It wasn't to be, though, and the turn left him drawing dead to the river.
Robinson is out, and his chips give a big boost to Park. He's suddenly right on the top of our radar and in the chase for the overall lead with 860,000 chips.