Poker Central's video series "Run it Back with Remko" focuses on the biggest hands from the biggest events that were live streamed on PokerGO and today we look back on a hand between Cary Katz and Nick Petrangelo. This hand took place during the 2019 U.S. Poker Open where Petrangelo and
In yet another blind versus blind confrontation, Bryn Kenney shoved all in from his small blind and was called by Nick Petrangelo from his big blind. The players tabled their hands, with Kenney in the lead and needing his hand to hold, which it did after the board ran out [5cAd2h6s4c]. Kenney:
Nick Petrangelo raised to 12,000 pre-flop and then Keith Tilston three-bet to 46,000. Petrangelo called. The flop came [7cKd6c]. Tilston bet 65,000. Petrangelo called again. The turn was the [4s]. Tilston fired again, this time for 90,000 and yet again, Petrangelo came along for the ride. The river was the [5d].
Nick Petrangelo raised to 12,000, and action folded around to Ryan Riess, who re-raised to 55,000 from his small blind. Petrangelo thought for brief moment and then made the call. There was no action until the turn on a board of [QsKd7s3c], which is when Riess started to bet what looked
Ali Imsirovic opened the hijack to 9,000 and Nick Petrangelo three-bet the button to 28,000. Imsirovic called, and on the [6s9d6d] flop, he checked to Petrangelo who continued for 40,000. Imsirovic folded, and Petrangelo collected the pot.
Action folded around to Isaac Haxton who limped in the small blind. Nick Petrangelo, the big blind, bumped it up to 10,000 and was called. The flop came out [TcAs5s]. Haxton checked, Petrangelo bet 6,000, and Haxton folded.
Nick Petrangelo raised to 5,000 in the cutoff and Cary Katz defended his big blind. The flop landed [Th4h2d] and Katz check-called a bet of 4,000 from Petrangelo. The [Ac] and [Ah] on the turn and river checked through and Petrangelo tabled his [3s3h]. Katz revealed his [QhTd] and collected the pot.
We caught the action on the turn with the board reading [4c2s2h4h] and Alex Foxen was betting 8,000. Nick Petrangelo made the call. The river was the [3s]. Foxen decided on a bet of 84,500, which was well above the size of the pot. Petrangelo instantly mucked his hand.