Event #50: $5,000 Triple Chance No-Limit Hold’em

Arieh Gets There

• Level 16: 1,500-3,000, 500 ante

A player raised from the hijack to 7,000 before Josh Arieh moved all in from the cutoff for 45,500. The button, Dylan Linde, moved all in behind him for 84,500 and while Tim Kahlmeyer still had cards in the big blind, the original raiser mucked. Kahlmeyer ended up tank-folding what he claimed to be Ace-King.

Arieh: {a-Spades}{q-Clubs}
Linde: {q-Spades}{q-Diamonds}

When Arieh didn't hit an ace on the {5-Clubs}{4-Clubs}{7-Diamonds} flop, he stood up and began telling his opponent, "Nice hand." However, he was cut short when the turn was the {a-Diamonds}. The {3-Hearts} was dealt on the river and just like that Arieh had new life with 105,000. Linde, on the other hand, is crippled down to 40,000.

Once Arieh sat back down, he politely encouraged the original raiser to stop mucking out of turn. He stressed that his folds can effect that action of other players. "It's huuuge," he kept repeating to drive home the point. Ironically, Kahlmeyer chirped in at the end and said that he didn't even know that the player had folded out of turn on this particular occasion but agreed that it should not have happened.

Tags: Dylan LindeJosh AriehTim Kahlmeyer