Every tournament has a fair share of crazy hands. Whether it's kings beating aces, runner-runner outdraws on the bubble, or an improbable beat as the final table approaches. During the 2010 World Series of Poker Main Event, not only were these crazy hands caught on camera, but they were for
Ioannis Angelou-Konstas opened to 22,000 from the hijack and Joseph Cheong three-bet to 70,000 from the cutoff. Action folded back to Angelou-Konstas, and he called as the flop landed [5hQc9d]. Angelou-Konstas checked and Cheong continued for 75,000 and Angelou-Konstas quickly check-folded.
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