After a player in the cutoff motioned to raise, Noah Schwartz told him flatly "don't do it." This attempt at intimidation failed, however, and the cutoff followed through with his plan, raising to 475. When the action got around around to Schwartz, instantly moved all-in for 3,150 and said "I told you not to do it!"
The table talk may have provoked the cutoff, because he made the call with a weak and Schwartz tabled his to take a dominating position as we went to the flop.
The dealer spread the first three cards across the table and when Schwartz saw the flop of , the pain on his face was apparent. His opponent had failed to heed the preflop advice and now Schwartz needed to spike a king to survive.
With that, Schwartz had absorbed a suckout and was sent packing.