Event #58: $10,000 Main Event

Internet Guys Aren't Supposed to be so Stoic!

Pius Heinz who finished in 7th place in Event #48: $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em good for an $83,286 payday has certainly been proving his worth in today's field.

Most recently we caught up with him in a hand where the board was already showing the {a-Spades}{4-Hearts}{2-Clubs}{6-Hearts}. Heinz had checked and the player in the cutoff bet 25,000.Heinz then stuck out a full stack of orange T5000 chips, 100,000 total, which was more than the other player had left in his stack.

The cutoff went deep into the tank. While Heinz face remained expresionless, the cutoff was showing nothing but distress. He got up from his chair and asked Heinz "If I fold are you going to show me?" but Heinz gave no visible or audible response. After around five minutes had passed the cutoff said "Sorry guys" to the table but no one seemed to mind quite yet.

"I can't put you on a hand ... I'm thinking ace-king" the cutoff said. A few more minutes passed and Heinz asked the dealer to call the clock. After the floor had come over and announced that the cutoff only had 60 seconds left to act the cutoff said "I probably need a clock." He asked Heinz again, "Are you gonna show me if I fold?" but he still received no response. "You internet guys aren't supposed to be so stoic!" he proclaimed with a half-hearted smile on his face. As the floor counted down the last couple of seconds the cutoff folded his hand face up, the {a-Hearts}{q-Diamonds}.

After the hand was over Heinz told the cutoff he would tell him what he had after play ended tonight. With that pot, Heinz stack was up to an impressive 258,000

筹码数
258,000 123,000

附加: Pius Heinz