Earlier today we told you about a situation that saw Jared Bleznick avoid a penalty, much to the dismay of Raymond Davis. Now it seems Bleznick has received his comeuppance as he was just issued a one-round penalty.
From what we could piece together, Bleznick asked to sweat Robert Williamson III's last card and grabbed it, though he released before looking; nonetheless, the floor said touching another player's down cards is a big no-no and told Bleznik that this time he was going to get a penalty.
Bleznik wasn't too happy with the situation as he never looked at the card, but the rest of the table seemed amused.
"He's done it before," Sam Grizzle chimed in.
"Yes," Davis shouted after the penalty was issued. "Justice is served." The rest of the table lightheartedly debated the legitimacy of the penalty while Dan O'Brien, who we gathered has a vested interest in Bleznick, came over from an adjacent table.
"I need him at the table," he explained. "Sam, don't you want him at the table? He's terrible. He doesn't even play this game."
"Yeah, but he's got a horseshoe up his ass," Grizzle shot back with a smile.
Bleznick, who has around 42,000, is currently waiting out the penalty watching the basketball game on television.