"Floor to Table 430!" a dealer called.
We rushed to the table to catch what was happening, and we saw that Jared Bleznick had tabled in front of him. Evidently, he was surprised that he was rolled up, so he exposed his hand.
"He's done it before!" Raymond Davis exclaimed. "He showed split kings earlier!"
"That's going to be a one-round penalty," the floorman told Bleznick.
"What?" Bleznick responded. "I thought it was a warning? I always get a warning."
"If you always get a warning, then why do you keep breaking the rules?" the floorman returned.
"It's my first event of the series," Bleznick explained. "I'm sorry. It's just crazy that I was rolled up."
The floor person ended up giving Bleznick a warning rather than a penalty, and Bleznick was very pleased.
"That was like a Jedi mind trick," Bryan Micon announced after the floorman left. "This is not the penalty you are looking for."