The WSOP Main Event is the most anticipated tournament of the year, where amateurs often share tables with the pros. To become world champion, you have to face a marathon 11 days of competition, but some players end up starting too early.
Just like Israeli Idan The One, who suffered during his tournament and quit early, comedian Clayton Fletcher loves poker and is one of those people who has given up on his dream of becoming a world champion in a very brutal way.
Three-betting the flop, he moved all-in for 100 big blinds. His opponent also showed a three-pointer and escaped with just one out. This is exactly what Clayton was unhappy about on the turn.
The ace showed up at the table, giving the opponent four of a kind and getting him into serious trouble. Unable to find the only possible way to avoid being eliminated, Clayton had to watch as River eclipsed him from the competition in the most brutal of ways.