The action started with Allen Bari opening to 600 from the button, before his opponent in the small blind, raised it up to 1,550. The bet was called, as both players saw the flop come down . A continuation bet of 1,675 was called by Bari, as the made its way to the turn. The small blind paused for a moment, before announcing all in, which was met with the quickest snap call you’ll ever hear.
Bari had flopped quads, guaranteeing him the pot there and then.
The dealer placed the deck down on the table, and went to push the pot over to Bari.
“You have to burn and turn the river over,” said Bari angrily towards the dealer.
The dealer hadn’t completed dealing out the board, presuming she didn’t have to, with the player drawing dead.
“But he has..” the dealer mutted, before Bari cut in, settling the debate.
“It doesn’t matter.. It’s your job,” commanded Bari, as the finally made its way on the river.