RENO, Nevada - The 21st Annual Reno Professional Poker Tournament saw newcomer Kipp "Chips" Hickenbolt, 29, win the main prize of $9 million.
Hickenbolt, who hails from Little Rock, Arkansas, said that the last time he was this happy was back in high school when he had a three months affair with his English Teacher, Erica Baconbush.
But sad to say that the winner's happiness was short lived as poker officials found an ace of spades hidden in his boxer shorts.
Hickenbolt tried to tell the officials that he has no earthly idea how in the world the playing card ended up in his boxer shorts.
He pleaded with the officials to believe him when he said that the ace of spades had been planted.
Lorelei Blathertickle, 32, a representative with The Annual Reno Professional Poker Tournament informed Hickenbolt that they would take the card and check it to see if anyone else's fingerprints are on the card.
FOLLOW UP: The card was checked and the only fingerprints found on it where those of Hickenbolt. So he was immediately disqualified and the $9 million will all be donated to The Polly Prackshaster Home For Retired Poker Players located in Las Vegas, Nevada.