Michael Zowie limped in from under the gun, David Ewing completed and Michael Binger checked his option in the big blind.
They saw a flop of and the action checked to Zowie who fired 5,000. Ewing made the call and Binger stepped aside.
The turn was the and that's when the fireworks started. Ewing led for 15,000 and Zowie instantly moved all in. Ewing beat him into the pot and the cards were tabled.
Ewing had turned a queen-high straight with a flush draw but Zowie held the nut straight. The river was the and Ewing was left to lament "What a sick turn card!" as he exited in 5th place collecting AU$30,960 in prize money.
Michael Zowie limped into the pot from under the gun before Josh Field made it 9,000 to go from the cutoff. The table folded back to Zowie who made the call.
The flop was and both players checked. The turn was the and Zowie led out for 16,000. Field thought for a moment and made the call.
The river brought the and Zowie threw out a small bet of 15,000. Field deliberated and weighed up his options for a long time before exclaiming something along the lines of wanting to raise, before making the call.
Field was confident he was in front as he showed his hand first -- for the full house. It was good as Zowie mucked.
Zowie slips back to 70,000 with Field now out to 180,000.
Jason Gray limped from under the gun and Michael Binger came long in the cutoff. Michael Pesek completed the small blind and Josh Field checked his option in the big blind.
The flop came and the action checked to Binger in position who fired 4,000. Pesek called in the small blind, before Field check-raised to 12,000. Gray folded, as did Binger, as Pesek went into the tank.
Pesek took a glance at Field's stack, removed his sunglasses, before slowly sliding the rest of his chips into the middle. Field snap-called.
Pesek was still drawing as Field had flopped the nut straight. The turn was the and river the and Pesek becomes our 6th place finisher as "JJProdigy" adds to his stack.
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