The World Series of Poker is over, but that doesn't mean PokerGO's schedule is slowing down. The non-stop summer action continues with two new episodes of Poker After Dark on July 22 & 23. Main Event champion Hossein Ensan and runner-up Dario Sammartino make their PAD debuts and headline both $25/$50 No
Jared Jaffee raised to 13,000 pre-flop and then David Peters three-bet to 32,000. Jaffee made the call and the players saw a flop of [6sAc8s]. Peters bet 15,000 and Jaffee laid it down.
Evan Mathis shoved all in for 48,000 and Jared Jaffee called on the button. Mathis: [Ac7h] Jaffee: [Ah8s] The board ran out [Jh9s8d3s4s] and Mathis was eliminated.
Rodger Johnson raised to 4,500 in the hijack and Jared Jaffee three-bet to 14,000 on the button. The blinds folded, and Johnson called as the flop landed [3s2h6h]. Johnson checked, Jaffee bet 15,000, and Johnson folded.
Jared Jaffee raised to 12,000 under the gun and Sam Soverel called from the button. After a flop of [TdKcJd] Jaffee placed a continuation bet of 15,000 into the pot, which Soverel matched to the turn. Jaffee fired again on the [4d] turn, this time for 30,000. That was enough for
Jake Schindler raised to 4,500 from under the gun and was called by Daniel Weinand and Elio Fox both next to act, along with Manig Loeser and Jared Jaffee from the blinds. The flop landed [3dTc9c] and Loeser and Jaffee checked to Schindler who continued for 8,000. Weinand folded, Fox called, and
Action folded to Jared Jaffee on the button who opened to 5,000. Jake Schindler and Justin Bonomo made the call from the blinds. The flop came [5h8c4h] and the action checked through. The turn brought the [4c] and Schindler checked, Bonomo bet 12,000 and Jaffee folded. Schindler made the call. With the [6d]