Jarrod Glennon was just involved in a very big hand, with the action caught on a board reading . It started with a player placing out a bet, before Glennon raised to 3,500. The bet was met with a re-raise to 11,000, triggering Glennon to push out 28,500 in chips, covering his opponent. The bet was called, and his opponent confidently tabled his . Glennon smirked, as he tabled his for a bluff. The completed the board, dropping Glennon down to 8,000 in chips.
Two hands later, Glennon got the remainder of his chips in pre-flop and had one caller. Unluckily for him, he ran his into his opponent’s and was unable to catch a double when the board ran out
As Glennon made his way out of the room, Ricky Kroesen turned to the player beside him and said, “Even if he didn’t spew off the hand before, he still loses it all that hand.”