Brett Shaffer bet 8,000 on a board of , and Tony Cousineau called. On the river, Shaffer pushed all in, putting Cousineau at risk for his last 33,500.
Cousineau went deep into the tank, muttering something about getting quartered. He counted out his stack, thought a bit more, and announced a call. He showed for the nut low, while Shaffer had for the nut flush with an ace-three low.
"Tony, if you get quartered there, you lose like, a few thousand," one of the players at the table said with a laugh.
"Was it that easy of a call?" Cousineau asked, happy to have gotten half.