When we arrived at Allen Bari's table, we saw that he was heads up on a board that read . There was only about 1,000 in the middle, but Bari had an overbet of 3,350 out in front of him. His opponent, Charles Croft, thought for about 20 seconds before tossing in the call. Bari showed for a rivered full house, and Croft sent his cards to the muck.
Bari's Overbet Gets Paid Off