Marvin Rettenmaier can’t seem to get much going at the moment. He was involved in a three-way pot, sandwiched between two players and looking at a flop of . Rettenmaier called a bet as did the third player and they went to a turn card . Rettenmaier called another bet of 1,700 this time and his neighbor came along.
The river was the and the aggressor now bet 4,000. Whatever Rettenmaier wanted to happen on the river, that sure wasn’t it as he mucked his cards and gave a shake of his head as the aggressor took down the pot.
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The flop was and the player in the big blind led out for 2,200. David Vamplew made the call as did the player in late position, Harcharan Dogra. When the came on the turn it was checked to Vamplew who bet 5,500 and now just he and Dogra would make it to the river which was the .
Vamplew put out a bet of 11,000 leaving behind just over 6,000. Dogra was in a similar position but elected to make the call, mucking when Vamplew turned over his nut flush. Vamplew had gone to the brink on the paired board but had managed to extract precious value to get up to double his starting stack.
It's frustrating enough when you line up a photo and a random punter suddenly strolls into the background. But as Liv Boeree, Fatima Moreira de Melo, Natalie Hof and Jan Heitmann posed yesterday, little did they know about the planned "photo-bouncing" someone had in mind. PokerStars Blog explains: