Dan Shak Doubles Through Todd Ivens

Todd Ivens and Jonathan Depa limped in before Dan Shak moved all in for 97,000. Ivens shoved over the top for 183,000, and Depa folded. Ivens: [AcJd] Shak: [KcKd] The board ran out [Tc7c6hQs8d] and Shak secured the double.

Dan Shak Forced to Add-On by Sean Winter

Sean Winter and Jonathan Depa limped in before Dan Shak moved all in for roughly 110,000. Winter called, and Depa folded. Winter: [AsJs] Shak: [AcKc] The board ran out [Jd7sQs6d8h] and Shak was eliminated, but threw in one of his add-on chips for a refreshed 100,000-chip stack.

Todd Ivens Doubles Through Dan Shak

Sean Winter limped in, as did Dan Shak and Ben Yu, before Todd Ivens raised to 35,000 in the cutoff. Winter, Shak, and Yu all called as the flop landed [Qs8h8c] and action checked through. The turn fell the [Kh] and Shak bet his remaining 149,000 as Ivens looked him up

Ben Yu Doubles Through Sean Winter

Sean Winter limped in for 4,000 total, and Dan Shak called next to act. Ben Yu moved all in for 42,000, and as the action folded back to Winter, he shoved for roughly 130,000 total. Shak open-folded his [QdJd] and the cards were tabled. Winter: [AsTc] Yu: [Jh9s] The board ran out [9h6s7cAdJs] and

Ben Yu and Manig Loeser Find River Chop

Manig Loeser limped in, as did Dan Shak. Ben Yu shoved for 47,000 from the cutoff, and Loeser called as Shak open-mucked his [AcQh]. Loeser: [KdTh] Yu: [AhTs] The board ran out [AdQsKh6cJs] and both players rivered Broadway.

Dan Shak Collects One on the River

Todd Ivens limped in first to act, and Dan Shak called in the cutoff. Ben Yu checked the button, and the [7dQs6d] flop checked through to reveal the [As] on the turn. Ivens bet 4,000 and Shak called as Yu folded. The river fell the [7s] and Ivens checked. Shak bet

Dan Shak Gets There Against Cary Katz

On a board that read [Ks5s6sKd4h] with roughly 35,000 in the middle, Dan Shak bet out 26,000 and Cary Katz raised to 52,000. "I should be raising, but I'm just going to call," Shak said. "Full house?" Katz asked. "Yeah," Shak responded as he tabled his [KcQcJd4s]. "I really let you get there," Katz

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Isaac Baron Poker Masters

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