Monday, December 11, 2017 1:52 AM Local Time
Jared Jaffee Doubles Up In a Somewhat Absurd Fashion
A player opens from middle position with a raise to 4,900. Jared Jaffee is in the big blind and he calls the raise.
The flop comes down and Jaffee checks over to his opponent who bets 4,100. Jaffee then check-raises, making it 10,400 to go. His opponent thinks for a bit, asks for a count of the bet, then decides to call. The player however, believes that Jaffee was all in and tables his for no pair. Jaffee however, has more than 30,000 behind. A floor is called over and the ruling is just to continue play as is, with Jafee having the advantage of extra information.
The turn is the and the other player in the hand begins laughing, knowing that he had turned top pair. Jaffee though, shoves all in anyways for right around 30,000. The player calls. and turns up his . Jaffee shows for straight and flush draws.
"Did you think I would fold?" the player asks.
"You should've," Jaffee says.
The river is the that Jaffee needs, completing his flush and allowing him to get a full double up from his opponent.
Jared Jaffee - 99,000