Roger Lu raised to 24,000 from middle position and Jesse May moved all-in for approximately 165,000 from the big blind. After some thought Lu made the call with the KQ which was racing against May’s ...
Keep Your ‘One Time’ In Perspective
by Linda Johnson | Published: Dec 11, 2013
An unusual incident occurred while I was playing at the Commerce Casino earlier this year. A player — whom I didn’t know by name but recognized from having played with him at the same table a few times — looked down and announced that there was a $1,000 chip on the floor and wanted to know if anyone had lost it. I had that alarmed feeling and quickly reached into my pocket to see if I had three $1,000 chips in it; sure enough I was missing one of my $1,000 chips. “It’s mine,” I claimed and the player tossed the chip to me. I was feeling a bit awkward since anyone could have claimed the chip and I really wanted him to know I was telling the truth. I think I said something like, “Thanks so much for being so honest. The chip must have fallen out of my ...
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