We came into this hand when we saw a ton of chips in the middle and an all in player.
The board read and Benny Spindler had already been in the tank for a couple minutes. There was around 30,000 in the pot and Emilio Boyd had shoved his last 16,200 from the small blind on the river. After another five or so minutes passed, someone at the table called the clock on Spindler. The camera crews rushed over as did a floor person and Spindler was given one minute. After time was up, Spindler still hadn't acted and his hand was dead.
Matt Glantz told Boyd, "Show the bluff for the camera crews." Boyd declined and threw it into the muck. He scooped the big pot and moved up to around 50,000. Spindler was still left with 35,000 but he looked on the verge of tears after the obviously frustrating hand.