When we reached Table 365, the flop had already fallen . There was a bet of 5,500, a raise to 12,000, and a third gentleman called all in for 10,500. The original bettor called, and while the dealer pulled in all the bets, the all-in player got out of his seat.
"Rich Murnick," he told our tournament reporter. "Montclair, New Jersey."
The turn was the .
Murnick nudged our tournament reporter. "Watch this."
The remaining players got in 6,500 apiece, then 10,000 after the hit the river. Murnick grabbed his cards and slammed onto the felt as hard as he could, screaming his head off.
A wired pair of queens won the sidepot, but Murnick won the main, tripling to over 40,000 chips.