"All in pre" as they say. As in all the chips went in before the flop. Scott Clements and Jerry Payne had a couple of "all in pre"-type hands, too. Clements had , and Payne . Payne was the one at risk, having committed his last 580,000 on this one.
The board came , and Payne moved up to about 1.2 million. Clements falls to 1.37 million.