Champie Douglas opened early for 4,500 and called a three-bet to 16,000 from George Wolff in the cutoff. On the flop, Douglas check-called 6,000. Both checked the , bringing a river. Douglas bet 25,000 and Wolff called without delay, winning showdown with against .
888Poker Qualifier William Chattaway has been steadily building his stack throughout Day 2C while making friends with his neighbors along the way, especially with tablemate Ivan Zarate.
Chattaway just played a hand where he opened to 4,500 from the hijack and was three-bet by the small blind to 12,800. Chattaway peeled and the flop came . The small blind continued for 8,700 and Chattaway called.
Both players checked the turn and river to take the hand to showdown.
The small blind tabled and Chattaway showed , taking down the pot with his pair of jacks.
In a heads up pot before the flop, Trong Dang was all in from middle position and action was on Gus Hansen in the small blind. There was already around 53,000 that had been raked in, likely at the request of Hansen, and Dang's remaining chips were out in front of him.
Hansen asked how much it was to call and the dealer began to cut his stack and count it. After the dealer got to the 80,000-mark, Hansen had seen enough of Dang's ballpark figure of around 95,000 remaining and told the dealer it was fine to stop.
"Sorry guys," Hansen remarked a bit later. Around two minutes had passed and Hansen had yet to make a decision. It took almost another two minutes before Hansen decided to let go of his hand.
On the following hand, Dang chipped up a bit more after raising preflop, getting two callers, and taking the pot down eventually on the turn with a second barrel.
Blair Hinkle called a raise to 4,500 and the big blind also came along to see the flop, on which the big blind checked and the initial raiser continued for 9,000. Two calls later the appeared on the turn and the big blind check-folded to a bet of 15,000 and the shove of Hinkle for 34,600.
Hinkle's shove was called by and he turned over for the straight, the river was no threat.
In a five-way limped pot, the dealer fanned the flop of and you couldn't find a more action flop for the cards that were dealt. In a matter of minutes, four players got all of their chips in the middle.
All four players had a legitimate reason for getting their chips in the middle but it was the aces that were drawing nearly dead. The turn was the which changed nothing but the on the river gave Forca the nut flush. Forca was all in for 72,100 and nearly earned a full quadruple up.