Isaac Haxton, who suffered a terrible beat in the Super High Roller yesterday, was faced with a 2,500-chip bet with the board reading . There was about 5,000 in the middle, and a after tanking for a minute or so, Haxton called.
His opponent opened for trip queens, and Haxton furiously winged his cards into the muck. The very next hand, Haxton opened to 550, and the player that he just paid off three-bet to 1,475. The action folded back to Haxton who released, and he's now below the starting stack.