When were reached Table 362, Freddy Deeb had an opponent all in and at risk preflop.
The board ran .
"That's how I run," the player lamented in a thick southern accent, then left the tournament area.
Apparently the player was short, and when he three-bet shoved over Deeb's open, he was already pot committed.
"I didn't look that time," Deeb said after the hand. "Decided to gamble one time."
"So that's what you're raising with, huh?" a player asked.
"Well," Deeb responded. "You can't say I'm tight."