Like all of the Brazillians who make deep runs here at the World Series of Poker, Myro Garcia has brought a whole host of friends and family along with him to show their support.
Garcia just gave his rail quite the show, although the hand did not go as well as he would have hoped.
The action was caught on the turn, with the board reading . Garcia fired a bet of 24,000 forward, and he called when Jonathan D'Souza popped it to 54,000. When the completed the board on the river, D'Souza led into Garcia with an all-in shove for 203,000.
That's when Garcia took full advantage of his prime spot along the secondary stage's elevated stands. With his supporters crowding around anxiously to watch him make this crucial decision, Garcia went for a deep dive into the tank, thinking things over for more than three minutes while the audience stirred in anticipation.
Eventually, Garcia released his hand with reluctance written across his face, and he looked towards D'Souza for any sign that he had been bluffed.
"Show one show all, right?" boomed D'Souza, as he held his hand up for the rail to see. "Are you happy now?"
When D'Souza's finally dropped to the felt, a smile cracked Garcia's pained visage, as he realized that his opponent was holding the goods all along.