It's never a good thing to bluff by representing the hand that your opponent actually holds. That's what happened to James Potter in a recent four-way limped pot. After Lee Jae Do bet 700 on a board of , Potter's raise to 1,800 chased out all of the other players. Only Do called.
The turn was another queen, the . Do check-called 2,500. With the river , Do checked again. Pottr was undeterred and bet 4,500. He quietly said, "You win," when Do quickly called. Potter was on a stone bluff with . His hand was a distant second to Do's .
Do now has 28,500 while Potter's stack was halved to 10,500.