Barry Greenstein was under the gun with just 79,000 chips, and he went ahead and stuck those last couple big blinds in there first to act. Around in the hijack, Anthony Gregg flatted, and Kyle Julius did the same from the button. in the big blind, Corey Burbick had a squeezing hand, and he moved all in for just a bit less than 600,000. That folded Gregg out of the way, but Julius called to put a big pot up for grabs with two players at risk.
Greenstein was drawing pretty slim, but he would be satisfied with the outcome of this one. By the time the turn landed on the board, Greenstein had the tens and the clubs as clean outs, plus three more chop outs.
Everyone gets their money back, and Julius couldn't help looking a bit dissatisfied as he watched that huge pot chopped up into pieces.