After an under-the-gun raise to 2,600 and a call from the cutoff seat, Luca Pagano reraised to 6,800 on the button. In the next seat was Martins Adeniya on the button. He four-bet all in for 24,400. Action then folded back around to Pagano. He got the count from the dealer, then called.
Pagano showed the and was dominated by the for the at-risk Adeniya. The flop, turn and river ran out , and Adeniya doubled up. Pagano was left with 73,500 in chips.
Speaking of Adeniya, our very own Kristy Arnett caught up with him on one of the early breaks to talk about some strategy in a hand he played on Day 1a of the Main Event wherein he decided to fold top two pair in a monster pot. Check that out below.