Chuck Goldstein wanted to be interviewed and he was jokingly told he needed to quadruple up. Well, he more than accomplished that goal.
He sat down at his new table with 50,000 in chips. In his first big blind someone moved all in and he woke up with . He called the all in and there is the first double. In his second big blind, someone moved all in and he woke up with . He called the all in and there is the second double. In his third blind, someone moved all in and he again woke up with . He called the all in and there is the third double.
The three big blind hands happened in consecutive orbits to take Goldstein from his original 50,000 to 450,000 and all he had to do was call. Goldstein, just like several other players in this field, has a poker playing son, Alan. Goldstein said, "He is just one of those internet kids. It's nice that I am doing something for once."