That's exactly it. It's totally bizarre, to me. Poker is a game of risks. No matter how good the odds
are in your favor, unless you're holding the nuts, and that means the nuts after every card is dealt, you're taking a risk. If you get this great of a shot at chips in a tournament, with such incredibly low risk, how can you not take it and consider yourself a poker player?
Pokergeist didn't even raise pre-flop! The chance he holds JJ based on that, simple odds, and the betting alone has got to be something like 0.001%.
If he re-raises any amount, it's almost certainly going to lead to Pokergeist putting him all-in. 99 out of 100 decent poker players double up here, easily. The dealer practically set him up and he couldn't take advantage. Crazy.