From the cutoff seat, Anthony Spinella raised to 2,400. Brock Parker called from the small blind, and David Williams reraised to 10,000 from the big blind. Spinella called, and Parker called.
The flop came down , and all three players checked rather quickly before the dealer placed the out on the turn to pair the board. Parker and Williams checked, which prompted a bet of 8,500 from Spinella. After Parker folded, Williams check-raised enough to put Spinella all in.
"Oh my f***ing god!" blurted out Spinella as soon as Williams stuck out the stack of pink T5,000 chips to set him all in. "This is just the worst."
After a minute or so of tanking, Spinella began talking out loud to himself. "You have to have it," he said.
Another minute passed as Spinella was tossing around his chips in front of him in a frustrated fashion before he added, "You're really telling me not to call right now?"
Williams didn't flinch during Spinella's tanking episode, and eventually Spinella gave it up. As soon as he did, Williams turned up the from his hand and passed his cards to the dealer.
"F***!" yelled out Spinella, slamming a couple chips on the felt in front of him and causing players at the adjacent tables to snap their head over and look at what was going on. One chip even bounced off the table and rolled about 12 feet away to where the security guard in the area had to point out where the chip went.
Left with a little under 30,000 in chips, Spinella wasn't too happy with it. Williams, on the other hand, moved up to 130,000 with smile on his face.