With 9,500 chips in the middle and out as the community cards, David Saab made a suspiciously small bet of 4,000 from the small blind. His lone opponent stared at the ceiling for a few sconds and then called.
The river fell . Saab bet 6,000. His opponent instantly raised to 20,000.
"Really?" asked Saab. "You have ace-queen? That would suck."
He continued talking even though his opponent offered no response. "Oh such sickness. I've got too much of my chips in there. Can I possibly fold here? I want to fold so badly." Saab had only 10,000 behind his original bet.
"Oh, I am such a fish. I have aces. Good bluff sir," Saab said. He open-mucked his hand and, true to his word, showed .