Just when you thought the poker world had seen everything, here comes a headline that is sure to make you go: “WHAT?!” Just last week, a $400 buy-in tournament was held at the World Poker Finals at Foxwoods that attracted almost 1,000 players. As is typical in many tournaments, as the field dwindles, blinds escalate, and payouts rise, prompting the remaining players to consider a chop so as to maximize cash out potential rather than risk bad luck and earn less money.

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