Smith vs. Kabrhel: WSOP’s First Controversy

Smith vs. Kabrhel: WSOP's First Controversy

The World Series of Poker continues with the hunt for the event champion two weeks after the roster and deals are announced. The first controversy has already unfolded. The combination of big stakes tournaments and allegations of cheating created an explosive cocktail that exploded in Event #40: US$250,000 Super High Roller NLHE, won by Chris Brewer.

The climax comes when Dan Smith Respond with A Q to Martin Kabrhel bet 1.7 million remaining 5.7 million, effective from 10 6. In the end, the Czechs won six and reacted after the Americans retired.

Dan Smith (@DanSmithHolla) had some good words for Martin Kabrhel (@martinkabrhell). After he withdrew from the $250,000 Super High Roller Bowl.

— PokerGO (@PokerGO) June 19, 2023.

“Good luck to most of you. I hope you get fired,” Smith said, pointing to Cabrel.

“What does that mean?” replied the defendant.

“Prohibition,” Smith clarified.

“Why?” Kabul asked.

“Your escapades are the worst I’ve ever seen. Everyone else is a great player,” scolded the man in the cowboy hat.

“Someone has to be worse,” Kabul argued, marking the end of the conversation.

His withdrawal later allowed Smith PokerGo to progress. “Martin’s antics are worse than anyone I’ve ever played. People speculate about it… There’s a lot of debate about whether or not he marks cards. Whether that’s true or not, playing with him is Very uncomfortable. He was rude. He took the full 30 seconds each time. Played with him last night and something felt off. I’m not sure, but I think it’s ridiculous that he was allowed to play.”

What the surroundings say about Kabrhel

quickly has reactions and pictures, one of which shows Kabrhel tearing cards with his fingernails.

Martin Kabrhel destroyed the map. Switch decks @WSOP

— Hugo Lemaire (@HHHUGINHO) June 19, 2023

Andrew Robl commented: “Why isn’t Martin Kabrhel banned from the WSOP? He doesn’t make every tournament against any It’s fun for people, and more importantly.” In every tournament I’ve played with him, I’ve seen him mark the cards. “

Brian Rast Continuing the post: “When I When I saw him the next day, he was just looking at a map, playing superficially. Bad hands and crazy bluffs that work every time the opponent is weak. “No hard evidence, but it does look interesting.

I’m amazed more and more people aren’t covering their cards.”

Brewer won the bracelet without a doubt.

Hayley Hannah Reply Said: “Dan is 100% correct. Martin should be banned. He has been flagged as a cheat card in the past and everyone in the high risk community knows that. Also, Martin’s rude, constant yelling in people’s ears making the experience uncomfortable by calling, taking his time when he knew he was going to fold, and standing next to people “checking their chips” when he knew he was going to fold.

Smith vs. Kabrhel: WSOP's First Controversy

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