Catching up to the action in a multiway pot, former NFL defensive lineman Richard Seymour has the action. It's been checked to him on a board showing and there is already 16,000 in the pot. Seymour moves all in for a right around 8,5000 and gets a fold from one of his opponents. The other player in the hand, Alessandro De Fenza, drops into the tank. De Fenza thinks for nearly 3 minutes as camera crews begin to swarm around the table to see what's going on.
Eventually, someone calls a clock on the player. De Fenza continues to think through the hand then finally decides to call. Seymour turns over for a full house and that allows him to double up through De Fenza who mucks his hand and send over the chips.
The former NFL star had a rocky start to his tournament, dropping nearly half his stack, but is now back over the starting stack marking sitting close to a healthy 37,000 chips.