When taking part in the World Series of Poker, a prestigious poker series held in Las Vegas every summer, one must act accordingly. There are rules and regulations to follow, all of which are not difficult. However, one player did not seem to know how to act recently and was eliminated from the Main Event, even though he was not knocked out by another card player.
The buy-in to the event is $10,000, no small change for the average player. To be disqualified is one thing, but to pay that much and be eliminated due to bad behavior is another. The player in question was disqualified due to acting out at the poker table, with his actions caught on camera.
The player, who remains anonymous at this time, was wearing Pittsburgh Pirates attire and was seen on camera going all-in. Nothing unusual. He went all-in without looking at his cards. The table could not believe he just jumped all in without knowing what he had and once he flipped over his cards, it revealed Q-3 offsuit, not the best cards to have.
The action of the hand was then on another player who had to decide to call or not with pocket fives. At this time, the player who was all-in decided to pull his pants down and moon fellow players. At the same time, he exposed his frontal region to the other tables.
After the pants debacle, the player then pulled off his shoes and socks and threw a shoe towards the dealer of the table.
Funnily enough, the other player made the call and lost to a bad beat. The naked man doubled up on the hand, but it wouldn’t be of consequence because he was eliminated for his behavior. Once eliminated, he apparently went to the Luxor where he ended up getting arrested for climbing on top of a craps table and starting a cheer, then exposing himself yet again!