On a board there were still three players with cards in front of them.
Daniel Cates in the hijack was one of them and he bet out 10,000. His neighbor Jens Lakemeier in the cut off thought about it for a little bit, and then called. Davidi Kitai on the button folded.
Cates didn't show his hand immediately and squeezed his cards to take a look at them once more himself. This gave Lakemeier enough information and the German player tabled his for trips.
This hand infuriated Cates who threw his cards so hard to the middle of the table that one of them skipped and landed in Jonathan Duhamel's stack on the other end of the table.
While Duhamel rolled his eyes at Cates' behavior, Cates himself started talking to no one in particular, recapping the hand and how he didn't understand the play of his neighbor.
"It's just a game man" said Duhamel to Cates. Cates didn't directly respond to that comment and continued to talk about how "that was literally the worst possible outcome of the hand.
Play continued with Cates on the short stack and Lakemeier a little bit richer.