$250 + $30 Deep Stack NLH (1 Re-Entry)
As the money bubble approached Dave Grandieri (Danbury, CT) didn't appreciate the player two seats to his right raising the button while Grandieri was the big blind. The table says Grandieri issued a warning that the player should stop "raising with junk," especially against the big stack.
On the next orbit, play is hand-for-hand, as 37 players remain (one off the money), when the anonymous player raises again. This time it's all in for 176k.
After a short speech, Grandieri tells the player, "I'm going to teach you a lesson," and calls.
Grandieri tables Q♣ 9♣ and is a slight underdog against A 2. The flop brings the A♣ to give the
button a pair of aces.
Grandieri goes runner-runner club to hit the nut flush to bust the button and break the bubble. "Here's the lesson," says Grandieri while stacking a mountain of chips. "When you're on the bubble don't push the big stack."
Grandieri adds that if he called and lost he's still have 400k, instead he's now the clear big stack with more than 800k.