In early position, Ross Boatman opened the pot to 1,250, and Jonas Klausen made the call from the small blind. In the big, though, Raymond Rahme squeezed in a reraise to 4,500. Boatman was undeterred, and he four-bet right back up to 16,250. That folded Klausen out of the way, but Rahme spent some time in the tank before announcing a covering all-in. That sent Boatman deep into the tank, and he let out a sheepish grin as he pondered the decision. He had almost half his chips in the pot already. He mumbled to himself, asked the dealer to spread the pot, gave that I-must-not-have-the-best-hand look, and slid his cards into the muck.
Boatman Taking On Water