Originally Posted by JayTeeMe
I ask why'd you call there?? and he just shrugs and says "I thought he was bluffing."
I've seen a bunch of this... always hilarious!
Action on river:
P1: "I bet."
P2: "You got nothing! I call your bluff!"
P1: "Wow! Nice call. You're right."
...as he tables 66 on a AQTT9 flushing board.
P2 stares at the board, taps his cards on the table several times, and throws them in the muck.
Originally Posted by KKcracked
Not unique, but we have one guy at our home games who berates anyone who folds pre-flop as "you don't know what you've got until you see the flop". He follows this logic to the letter - limps Aces and calls 20xBB raises with ATC.
Yeah, I ran across a guy like this once. Explained to the whole table (several times
) about how he NEVER raises preflop, and that way you never know what he has. Crazy! Weird thing is he was pretty good at hand reading, getting value, and making folds, and I'd say he was probably a winner in the game anyway.
I saw him again about a month later. He was raising preflop.