VIDEO: The Most Cruel Hand of the 2014 WSOP So Far

Posted 10 days 9 hours ago by FloatingFish

No one likes bad beat stories but watching an ugly cooler is fun nonetheless. This particular one took place during the final table of Event #11: $1,500 Six-Handed No-Limit Hold'em, with just 5 players left.

Don't have time to watch?

No problem, here is the short recap of the events: Niel Mittelman opened for 45,000 and Mike Sowers made it 135,000 from the small blind.Justin Bonomo folded the big blind. Mittelman then four-bet to 265,000 and Sowers called.

They saw a flop of {4-Spades}{7-Hearts}{5-Hearts}. Sowers checked, Mittelman made it 175,000 and Sowers moved all in. Mittelman made the call and was the at risk player.

Sowers had {9-Clubs}{9-Diamonds} and was against the {q-Spades}{q-Hearts} of Mittelman.

The turn card was the {a-Hearts} and the river was the {9-Spades}. Sowers spiked the only card in the deck that could win him the pot to cause gasps from the rail and Mittelman was out.

Out? He actually disappeared.

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