Rich Gladman's heartrate was probably racing after the hand we saw before the break. He raised to 375 preflop and another player raised to 1,100. Gladman stared his opponent down for quite awhile before making the call. The flop came . Gladman checked and the other player pushed all in. Gladman snap called and flipped over his for a flopped set. His opponent held the and was going to need help to take the lead. That help came in the form of the on the turn to give him a straight. Gladman's only hope was for the board to pair and indeed it did when the fell on the river to give Gladman the win.