Chad Holmes was victim to a very unfortunate mistake just recently. We walked by Holmes' table and he had accidentally turned up his . To his left, Men "The Master" Nguyen, had seen the card. The players at the table saw what had happened and Holmes was forced to give up his without the option to keep it.
Holmes gave up the and it was kept at the burn card. Everyone at the table continued the action as normal.
Action began on the player to Holmes' right who raised to 250. Next to act Holmes made it 700 to play.
Men "The Master" Nguyen burst out laughing because of a combination of what had just happened to Holmes and the preflop action that had occurred.
"I'm going to play like I have that card in my hand," Holmes said, pointing to the burn. Nguyen just kept laughing.
Action folded back around to the opener who folded as well.
"I'm only going to show this because I don't know if it will ever happen again," Holmes said after the hand. He exposed his two hole cards and they were the , meaning he had been dealt three aces, preflop, in one hand.
Men Nguyen put his hand over his heads and laughed even more as Holmes scooped up the pot.