With more than 20,000 chips already in the pot preflop, 2011 WSOP bracelet winner Sean Getzwiller moved all in for 15,500 on a flop of . The player facing the all-in bet studied Getzwiller about a minute before making the call and finding out the bad news.
Getzwiller needed to fade two outs, and he did so successfully when the hit the turn followed by the on the river.
"The stare didn't matter," Getzwiller told the other player after the hand." It was just a cooler."