With his stack shortened to just 2,150, and 200 of that already in for the big blind, Erik Seidel watched as fellow pro Adam Friedman opened the betting to 400.
When the action folded around to Seidel, he quickly pushed his remaining chips forward for the three-bet shove.
Friedman was pained by the spot he found himself in, and after shaking his head a bit and getting a count, he decided to lay down.
"I only looked at one..." offered Seidel as he dragged the small pot with a smile.
"You know, I had a feeling you did," replied Friedman. "Which is why I probably should've called."