Gavin Griffin jokingly gave Brandon Bregman the needle after he lost a pot to him as he tried to raise too much on the flop and then bet the wrong amount on the turn. Allen Bari came to his defense and all three laughed about it.
Bregman opened to 16,000 from early position and was only called by Griffin in mid position. The flop fell and Berman check-raised. He tried to make it 32,000 but Griffin pointed out that only 16,000 was allowed. Griffin called and called 16,000 bet on the turn (Bregman tried to bet 17,000).
Both players checked the river and Bregman opened [ for a set of kings and a low hand.