From under the gun, Erik Cajelais raised. Action moved to Joep van den Bijgaart in the big blind and he thought for a few moments before raising. Cajelais called.
The flop came down and van den Bijgaart bet. Cajelais raised and van den Bijgaart reraised to put himself all in. Cajelais called with the for top pair. Van den Bijgaart held the for an underpair.
The turn was the and river the , both missing van den Bijgaart and sending him to the rail in fourth place.
|Joep van den Bijgaart||Busted|
From under the gun, Joep van den Bijgaart raised. Chris Tryba made it three bets to go fro the small blind and van den Bijgaart called to see the flop.
On the flop, Tryba bet out and van den Bijgaart called. The turn was the and Tryba checked. Van den Bijgaart bet and Tryba check-raised. Van den Bijgaart tanked and looked a bit pained by the decision. He eventually folded and was left with just 175,000 in chips.
|Joep van den Bijgaart||175,000||-365,000|
From under the gun, Joep van den Bijgaart raised and Salman Behbehani called from the big blind. The flop was and Behbehani check-called a bet from van den Bijgaart.
The turn was the and both players checked. They also checked the on the river.
Behbehani tabled the for two pair, eights and deuces, and van den Bijgaart mucked.
Salman Behbehani raised from under the gun and Erik Cajelais reraised from the small blind. Behbehani called and the flop came down . Cajelais bet and Behbehani called.
The turn was the and both players checked to see the fall on the river. Cajelais checked and Behbehani bet. Cajelais called.
"King high," announced Behbehani, but Cajelais turned over the and won the pot.
From under the gun, Chris Tryba raised. Salman Behbehani reraised on the button and Tryba called.
The flop came down . Tryba checked and Behbehani bet. Tryba called and the turn was the . Tryba checked and Behbehani bet again. Tryba called.
The river was the and Tryba checked. Behbehani bet and Tryba folded his hand.
Action folded over to Chris Tryba, who completed from the small blind. Salman Behbehani checked his option from the big blind and it was heads-up going to the flop.
Both players checked to see the a turn, which brought the . Tryba checked again, prompting a 18,000 bet from Behbehani. Tryba made the call.
The completed the now double-paired board and Tryba checked once more. Behbehani fired 53,000 and was met with an all-in from Chris Tryba for about 400,000. Behbehani revealed a for threes-full of nines and mucked his hand.
Tryba is at 620,000 following the hand, while Behbehani has slipped to 800,000.
Action folded to Salman Behbehani on the button and he raised to 35,000. Michael Gathy reraised all in for 266,000 from the small blind and Behbehani called.
The flop came down and kept Behbehani in front. The turn was the and river the . Behbehani won the pot with a full house, sevens over sixes, and sent Gathy to the rail.
Earlier at this World Series of Poker, Gathy won Event 21: $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em for over $440,000. This was his second final table and he earned another $50,000 and change for this result.
Posted 2012-06-20 GMT-6
Samuel Golbuff open-raised all in for his last 44,000 from early position and action folded over to Joep van den Bijgaart in the big blind, who called to put Golbuff at risk.
Joep van den Bijgaart:
Golbuff was dominated going into the flop and would need help to survive. However, the board kept Golbuff second-best and he was sent to the rail in 6th place.
|Joep van den Bijgaart||540,000||-37,000|
Action folded to Salman Behbehani in the small blind and he raised. Michael Gathy called out of the big blind and the flop came down . Behbehani checked and Gathy bet. Behbehani check-raised and Gathy made the call.
The turn was the and Behbehani checked. Gathy bet and Behbehani called.
The river was the and both players checked.
Behbehani announced that he had an underpair and Gathy showed the for top pair. Gathy won the pot.
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