Ryan Julius opened to 16,000 in early position, and the action folded around to the blinds. In the small, Steven Silverman thought he was the one opening the pot, and he made it 24,000. It ended up being a misclick mini-reraise, and Julius flatted to see the flop.
It came , and Silverman shoved the rest of his short stack in holding . Julius made the call, and he was drawing for the knockout with his .
That ends things right there for Silverman. He spent a short while standing behind his chair after watching his chips pushed to his opponent, then shook his head and ducked out of the room.