The board read when Giacomo Fundaro moved all in for 8,500 chips. According to John Eames, who was just railing the table, Fundaro had exposed the . At this point there was already a member of the staff watching over as the other player was trying to make a decision.
After a while Fundano's opponent folded and he took down the pot. The floor staff gave him a one round penalty, and the Italian wasn't happy. He tried to explain that he did this all the time in cash games, but the floor staff emphasized that this was not a cash game.
Fundaro walked away from the tournament area and was visibly frustrated with the ruling.