Flopping a full house generally means that you have the nuts and nobody’s hand is going to be troubling you. That is unless you’re playing against 96 year old Jack Uri in the WSOP or are competing against the group of villains in Casino Royale.
The old man here is taunted by his opponent goading him on to call his all in, thinking he’s cleverly luring him towards an impending exit from the tourney. Little does he know the OAP is carrying a pocket pair, giving him a stronger full house and leaving him only one out for victory in the hand. After one of the most beautiful slow rolls I’ve ever seen, Jack reveals he’s out-flopped his opponent, the remaining 6 never comes, the rest of the table applauds, and after eating some humble pie, the taunter himself joins in to congratulate him on taking half his stack.
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