We saw Paul Volpe collecting his things and exiting the tournament area. A quick check with his former table confirmed that he'd just been eliminated at the hands of Robert Gorodetsky, who is sitting with a mountain of chips.
According to Gorodetsky, Volpe had shoved for his last 25,000 of so holding and he called with . The board ran out clean and Volpe hit the rail.
Gorodetsky then explained "the big one," which he had won a short time earlier. As he told it, he held pocket tens when he and another player, who held , saw a flop of . His opponent bet, Gorodetsky called, and a peeled off on the turn.
His opponent bet 45,000 holding Broadway, Gorodetsky called, and a second paired the board on the river. The player with the straight moved all in for a good chunk of change, and Gorodetsky, who barely had him covered, snap-called with tens full of queens.