With four players left at the World Series of Poker $50,000 NLH High Roller final table, Sam Soverel folded out of turn against Ben Heath and Dmitry Yurasov. The hand in question happened on an almost $200,000 bubble in an event that had nearly $1.5 million for first. Jeff Platt discussed the situation with Soverel after he eventually busted in 3rd place for $640,924.
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High stakes pro Isaac Haxton tweeted “Anything less than disqualification and fourth place money for Sam is insufficient.”
If this is reported accurately, anything less than disqualification and fourth place money for Sam is insufficient. You absolutely can't let people get away with shit like this at the final table of a $50k. @wsophttps://t.co/E2D3CS3xTb
— Isaac Haxton (@ikepoker) June 3, 2019
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