2009 World Series of Poker Main Event champion Joe Cada raised to 42,000 from early position only to find Najib Kamand moved all in for 271,000 from the small blind. Cada called and the hands were tabled:
Cada kept his lead in this race on the flop, but Kamand had gained several more outs for the win. Kamand paired up on fourth street when the came and clinched victory when the dropped down on fifth.
|Joe Cada||PokerStars Team Pro||US||1,270,000||-599,000|
Tags: Joe Cada, Najib Kamand.
Action folded to Patrick Karschamroon who moved all in for his last 114,000 from the hijack. Jonathan Poche called from the big blind with and was up against Karschamroon's .
Karschamroon extended his lead on the and kept it through the turn and river.
Tags: Patrick Karschamroon, Jonathan Poche.
Cherish Andrews opened with a raise to 45,000 from under the gun. Action folded over to Jean-Marc Thomas who moved all in for about 150,000 from the cutoff. It folded over to Andrews who moved out a call.
The flop was giving Andrews several outs for the win. She needed a queen, nine or spade but found none of those on the turn. The river, however, obliged, by falling the . Andrews was able to make her flush and send Thomas home.
Tags: Cherish Andrews, Jean-Marc Thomas.
Jim Kasputis Jr opened the betting with a raise to 50,000 from under the gun. It folded to the ever-aggressive Valentyn Shabelnyk in the cutoff who made it 90,000 to go. Kasputis called and the two saw a flop of .
Kasputis led into the pot for 60,000 and Shabelnyk wasted no time announcing that he was all in. Kasputis called all in for about 740,000 and showed . Shabelnyk tabled and was behind.
The turn was the with the completing the board. Kasputis was able to score a huge double up while bringing Shabelnyk back under two million.
|Jim Kasputis Jr||1,708,000||808,000|
Tags: Valentyn Shabelnyk, Jim Kasputis Jr.
Posted 2012-06-18 GMT-6
Action folded to Huy Quach who raised to 38,000 from the cutoff. The button and small blind folded and Cherish Andrews moved a stack of 450,000, or enough to put Quach all in. Quach called with and was racing with Andrews' .
Quach jumped into the lead on the flop and retained it through the turn and river. He's now sitting at 652,000 while Andrews has dropped under one million with 920,000.
Tags: Cherish Andrews, Huy Quach.
Valentyn Shabelnyk opened to 32,000 from early position and Jerrimie Pacheco moved all in right next to him for his last 130,000. It folded back to Shabelnyk who tossed in a call.
The board came and Pacheco was unable to improve his hand, sending him home in 16th place.
Tags: Jerrimie Pacheco, Valentyn Shabelnyk.
Valentyn Shabelnyk raised to 32,000 from early position and Tom Chambers announced that he was all in from the small blind. Shabelnyk announced a call with the and was behind the of Chambers.
Chambers kept the lead on the flop and the turn. The completed the board and Chambers was able to double to 532,000.
Tags: Valentyn Shabelnyk, Tom Chambers.
Cherish Andrews made it 33,000 from middle position and received one call from Dwyte Pilgrim in the hijack.
The flop brought and Andrews continued out for a bet of about 50,000. Pilgrim called and the fell on fourth street. Andrews checked to Pilgrim who pushed out 75,000. Andrews called and the came on fifth.
Andrews announced that she was all in, which put Pilgrim's tournament life at risk. Pilgrim called and showed . Andrews mucked her hand and Pilgrim was able to score a key double up.
After the hand Pilgrim would tell us "Fourth quarter! We back, baby!". Pilgrim is now sitting on a stack of about 770,000.
Tags: Cherish Andrews, Dwyte Pilgrim.
Jim Kasputis Jr raised to 42,000 from the button and Adam Kornuth shipped all in from the small blind for roughly 360,000, Kasputis called and the hands were turned up:
The board fell and Kornuth was sent home in 17th place, collecting $23,718 for his efforts.
|Jim Kasputis Jr||900,000||443,000|
Tags: Adam Kornuth, Jim Kasputis Jr.
|Blinds||80,000 / 16,000|
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