These last two weeks, the eyes of all poker fans were locked in on the ongoings at the PokerGO Studio. As the U.S. Poker Open saw, arguably, its most fascinating outcome with a battle for the overall trophy as well as the $100,000 Main Event culminate at the same time.
Koray Aldemir raised pre-flop to 14,000. Both Martin Zamani and Jason Koon called. The flop came [QsKc9s]. Aldemir bet 24,000. Zamani raised to 100,000 and Koon folded. With the action back on Aldemir, he decided to move all-in and was snap-called and coolered by Zamani who flopped the nuts. Aldemir: [KsQh] Zamani:
Alex Foxen raised to 15,000 on the button and Koray Aldemir moved all in for 125,000 from the small blind. Martin Zamani thought for a little, and then folded. Foxen called. Foxen: [AcQd] Aldemir: [4s4h] The board ran out [9s5d4c7h2h] and Aldemir doubled through.
Alex Foxen raised to 14,000 pre-flop. Koray Aldemir made the call and then Jason Koon moved all-in but nobody called.