Kahle Burns grinds the high stakes live poker circuit because he has to, not because he necessarily wants to. Although his love for the high variance and travel intensive lifestyle has grown on him quickly, his first choice would've been to play cash games for a living. However, Burns' transition
Chance Kornuth opened with an under the gun raise before Julien Martini moved all in from the small blind for 69,000. Kornuth called. Kornuth: [4s4d] Martini: [KsKc] The board ran out [8cKdQsJs2s] and Martini doubled through.
No-Limit 2-7 Single Draw Stephen Chidwick raised to 65,000 from under the gun and Erik Seidel called in the small blind. Julien Martini used a time extension and then reraised to 230,000. Chidwick folded, but Seidel called and drew one as Martini stood pat. Seidel checked, and Martini bet his final 5,000. Seidel
No-Limit Hold'em Julien Martini raised to 25,000 on the button and John Cynn defended his big blind. Both players checked the [4dJc9s] flop to reveal the [Js] on the turn. Cynn bet out 28,000 and Martini called as the river landed the [6d]. Cynn bet 63,000 and Martini folded.
No-Limit 2-7 Single Draw Julien Martini raised to 24,000 from the button and John Cynn three-bet to 88,000 from the big blind. Martini called, and both he and Cynn drew one. Cynn led out for 45,000 and Martini called. Cynn showed his [5x5x] for a pair, and Martini quickly revealed his [Tx9x8x6x4x] to