Two sides of a story.
I guess the story of the player that didn't play on Saturday in WSOP Main Event, letting himself being blinded out, is known to most.
At first, this news is received with amazement, smiles, and so on.
Then one starts thinking: what a great man, living up to his beliefs, no matter what are the rewards or temptations (money and/or fame). He's a believer, we all wish people will start acting to respect their beliefs and, probably, the world would be a better place.
Then, we realize that there are this kind of people around: they act to their beliefs, according to the book, and don't allow themselves any break. They're called talibans and if one their own breaks the rules, they enforce them upon him.
Now what's bad and what's good? What's the diference that splits them both into good guys and bad guys?
There are always two sides to every story.
(Note: out poker player stands out, 'cause he acted for himself, and didn't tried to enforce anything to anyone - I can't help myself siding with the poker player.)