2019 World Series of Poker Europe

Event #5: €1,100 MONSTER STACK No-Limit Hold'em

The Blame Lies on the Dealer

ajlamers • Level 10: 600-1,200, 1,200 ante

Martin Kabrhel opened to 3,000 from early position and David Russo defended from the big blind.

"Who's gonna win?" Kabrhel asked the dealer.

"You," she responded much to Kabrhel's delight.

The flop came {k-Spades}{7-Hearts}{4-Spades} and Russo check-called a bet of 3,000 from Kabrhel. "Oh it's going to be tough to win now. I need runner-runner to win," Kabrhel said.

The turn brought the {4-Diamonds} and both players checked. "That card doesn't help me," Kabrhel continued.

The {a-Hearts} landed on the river and Kabrhel appeared to like it. "Perfect! Now I can bluff," he said. Russo didn't even give him the option as he led out for 7,000. Kabrhel quickly called and Russo flipped over {a-Diamonds}{4-Hearts} for a full house.

"What is this shit?" Kabrhel asked the dealer. "You give him runner-runner for a full house. This is all your fault," he joked with the dealer.

"I'm the best dealer," she responded.

"You're between the best and the worst. You're in the trench."

Chip Counts
David Russo US 46,200
Martin Kabrhel cz 42,000 2,000

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