Originally Posted by Gnome Chomsky
In other words, he claims, at alternating times, to have two simultaneous reads, yet acted consistent with neither.
You're forgetting that Barry's line depends on either:
a) hitting an A on the turn, or
b) Dwan slowing down and checking through the turn
and if not, releasing the hand.
Neither happened, and he went ahead and folded.
The real question is whether the likelihood of this happening and the implied odds were sufficient.