When we got to Table 366 we found Ralph Robinson putting out a bet of 3,500 preflop. Brent Hanks was wiling to cough up the dough and both of them got to see a flop.
On a board Robinson again bet out this time making it 7,400, and Hanks smooth called. On a turn Robinson checked and let Hanks take control of the hand, or so he thought. After Hanks put out a 8,000 chip bet, Robinson immediately went all in.
Hanks was in a pickle and clearly wanted to make the call. Hanks started asking questions to Robinson about what he should do. They continued to off handily chat while the hand went on and eventually Hanks asked if he could see Robinson's cards if he folded. Robinson said yes and Hanks folded.
True to his word Robinson showed , Hanks thanked him and claimed he had an .
Hanks was left with around 20,000 in chips after the hand, but as we were writing this post we noticed he busted from the tournament.