2013 World Series of Poker

Event #58: $1,111 Little One for One Drop No-Limit Hold'em
Zilele: 1b
Event Info

2013 World Series of Poker

Rezultate finale
Câştigător
Mâna câştigătoare
kq
Premiu
$663,727
Event Info
Buy-in
$1,000
Entries
4,756
Informaţii Nivel
Nivel
32
Blinduri
80,000 / 160,000
Ante
20,000

Decep-Shin

Nivel 8 : 200/400, 50 ante
While the Cards Look Nice Face-Up, Their Much More Effective Turned Upside Down
While the Cards Look Nice Face-Up, Their Much More Effective Turned Upside Down

Every so often we pass by a table and see a sight that, frankly, doesn't make any sense. A recent hand involving Ken Shin and an unfortunate opponent fit that bill to a tee.

Shin's opponent had his {Q-Clubs}{Q-Spades} face up on the table, with the board reading {k-Diamonds}{10-Diamonds}{8-Hearts}. Apparently, the player had bet out for 3,000 and the table folded around to give him the win. Except Shin still had a hand in play, a hand which had been concealed behind his chip stack and covered with two open palms.

The player tabled his queens thinking the pot was his, but Shin objected and showed the table that he had not yet folded. After a floorperson determined that Shin's actions were not deliberately deceptive, no penalties were issued and the hand continued.

Shin applied the pressure with a raise to 6,000, a move which prompted his opponent to stand up and contemplate the bind he had put himself in. With his hands on his head, the player tried his best to determine whether or not Shin was raising with the goods, or if he was a thief on the prowl for an easy score.

Eventually, after a two-minute long dive into the tank, the player finally relented and mucked his face-up queens. With the heist completed, Shin turned the needle just a bit, tabling his {A-Hearts}{5-Hearts} for a plunder with pure air.