Originally Posted by LarryT503
I don't get the "unsporting" remark. Player A turned his cards, player B's push could be a bluff. It is possible player A showed on purpose because he hoped to limit the risk of B raising. Which changes the action. In this instance I would say the resolution was fine, but I'm not opposed to considering the shown hand folded. Tell player A to pay attention!
A person who reveals to affect the action is not playing by the rules. This is the perfect description as to why the Jamie Gold
rule came to existence. You can't do anything which affects the action other than bet, look intimidating or wear funny sunglasses.
I have been in casinos
where this is tolerated. But I can tell you that this would never be tolerated in the WSOP