I asked him what he was thinking betting the river with a dry side pot, he responds with "you folded, you'll be gone soon." Wow...smart guys here.
***** Hand History for Game 5118692232 *****
NL Texas Hold'em 11 Buy-in Trny:28398758 Level:3 Blinds(50/100) - Wednesday, September 06, 23:23:49 ET 2006
Table Table 112233 (Real Money)
Seat 2 is the button
Total number of players : 9
Seat 1: BigBoyBodi ( 610 )
Seat 2: K_R_I_S ( 2510 )
Seat 5: BuenaVida ( 1600 )
Seat 6: weepeel ( 1710 )
Seat 7: Qaugmire911 ( 275 )
Seat 3: DAYBLUE222 ( 2865 )
Seat 10: MetalGod666 ( 1730 )
Seat 4: steve409 ( 4370 )
Seat 9: doughboy5335 ( 4330 )
** Dealing down cards **
Dealt to MetalGod666 [ Ah 9s ]
Qaugmire911 is all-In 
MetalGod666 calls .
steve409 calls .
** Dealing Flop ** [ 4d, 7h, Qd ]
** Dealing Turn ** [ 2c ]
** Dealing River ** [ 4h ]
steve409 bets .
steve409 shows [ 8s, 9h ] a pair of fours.
Qaugmire911 shows [ Tc, Qs ] two pairs, queens and fours.
steve409 wins 100 chips from side pot #1 with a pair of fours.
Qaugmire911 wins 875 chips from the main pot with two pairs, queens and fours.
So are you looking for "HAND ADVICE" here, or what? First time you've seen this?
nah not asking for any advice. This was just more or less displaying the guy's stupidity. Can't really advise someone on something such as this...I've seen this quite a few times and of course none of them don't understand why you don't bluff an empty side pot...this is one thing that just bothers me at the table. It's not like I'll tilt over anything like this...I've always been able to avoid tilting fortunately, but then again I don't play high stakes.