Second Player Disqualified from WSOP Main Event After Dropping His Shorts and Throwing A Shoe

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Second Player Disqualified from WSOP Main Event After Dropping His Shorts and Throwing A Shoe
09:48
07 Jul

As if the first disqualification wasn’t strange enough, a couple of hours later another player was booted out of the Rio Casino for flashing and throwing one of his shoes at the table. There must be something in the water on Day 1c because we have never seen behaviour like this during such an event.

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The player in question, who has yet to be named, started the chain of events by jamming his whole in pre-flop without looking at his holecards. The rest of the table weren’t even sure they had misread the action, but when the player flipped over Q3o it became clear he wasn’t in a normal state of mind.

With the holecards on show it was left to a player with pocket fives to make the call for a huge portion of his stack. During the wait for this player to make his decision, the all-in player then pulls down his shorts to display his lower half to everyone nearby, mooning painfully close to the other players at his table. He then casually removes both of his shoes and socks and throws one of the shoes at the dealer. Insane behaviour. 


In the end the player with pocket fives called and lost and the offensive player was disqualified and removed from the premises. 

It didn’t end there though, as this guy decided enough wasn’t enough, and he made his way down to the Luxor Casino and gave the patrons there a bit of a similar show.


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Mark from Stamford in the UK is a professional cash game player, and part time journalist. A massive chess fan and perpetual traveller.He also produces strategy content for our sister wesbite PokerVIP.com.Read more

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