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It all started with a tweet. A video, to be more specific. A Twitter user by the name of SammyWhammy shared this tweet where Denise Pratt called Dan Shak all sorts of names, while getting some big laughs from the players at her table. Hours later, the video had gone viral,
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Action picked up on the turn with the community cards of [6s5dJd9d] and Rainer Kempe was firing out a bet of 33,000. Dan Shak then moved all-in and his opponent snap-called.
Needing a diamond that doesn't pair the board to stay alive, Shak watched the [2s] land on the
Ryan Riess raised in the cutoff to 4,000 and Dan Shak called on the button. The blinds folded and the two remaining players saw a flop of [6h4cQd]. They both checked and then watched the [Qc] appear on the turn. Riess bet out 4,000 and his opponent called.
The river was
Dan Shak had the bring-in and Nick Schulman completed next to act. Stephen Chidwick called, as did Shak.
On fourth, Schulman bet after it checked to him, and after Chidwick folded, Shak called.
On fifth, Schulman bet, Shak raised, Schulman made it three-bets and Shak committed his final 160,000 all in.
2-7 Triple Draw
Heading into the final draw, Stephen Chidwick bet 40,000 and Dan Shak called.
Both players drew one, and after Chidwick checked, Shak bet 40,000. Chidwick called, and Shak tabled his [8x7x6x4x2x] and Chidwick mucked.
Dan Shak had the bring-in and Nick Schulman completed next to act. Shak called, and then called down Schulman as he bet out on every street.
Shak: [XxXx] / [2s7c3d9s] / [Xx]
Schulman: [XxXx] / [7s2h4cAc] / [Xx]
Schulman tabled his [Tc7h2c] for sevens-up, but it would be Shak's [Jc9c9d] for trips that
Justin Bonomo limped under the gun and Eric Rodawig called in the small blind. Dan Shak announced a raise of pot from the button making it 22,000, and after the blinds folded, Bonomo called and Rodawig folded.
The flop landed [3h3c2h] and Bonomo check-shoved all in for a little less