If I hadn't seen this myself I might not have believed it, so I'll understand if all of you are skeptical, but here goes.
Playing 1-3 at my local B&M yesterday the following hand unfolds:
Five players limp and the Button, a young aggressive guy we'll call Mike, raises to $30.
Three players call, and they see a flop of 6
It's checked to the raiser (Mike), who goes all-in for $450. (first lol/omg moment)
The two EP players fold, and the hand is now heads-up. A middle aged guy we'll call Roger goes into the tank (he has ~$600). After a little while Mike starts talking to Roger, "Whatta ya got Roger? A flush draw? . . . . I got a hand here . . . . etc."
Eventually Roger turns over 8
!!! Roger says, "I'm seriously considering laying this down to you . . . " At this point you can see the whole table counting on their fingers and toes "Six, Seven, Eight, Nine, Ten." Roger then says, "I think you have 22 outs . . . "
Amazingly no one says anything, and OPTAH doesn't get violated. After a little while Mike starts talking to Roger again. "Lot of money out there. Take your time. Whatever you want to do. What do you put me on?" He then cups his cards, carefully selects one, and shows the J
. He continues to try and talk Roger out of calling, until eventually the inevitable happens.