Poker Player Regretting Epic Fold

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Mar/13/2018

California-based poker pro Ian Steinman provided the poker community at a World Poker Tour final table last week with an epic fold he now seems to be regretting. SCROLL DOWN FOR MORE


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He went on to finish second for his largest live score ever.

CardPlayer.com explained how it all went down:

Steinman had the largest stack at the table with five left out of a starting field of 440 when a huge hand developed between him and fellow poker pro Joe McKeehen, a former World Series of Poker main event champion. Hundreds of thousands of dollars were on the line when Steinman tangled with McKeehen, the second-largest chip stack remaining.

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- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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