Daniel Weinand jammed all in for roughly 170,000 from under the gun and Ralph Wong called in the small blind. Weinand: [AhQd] Wong: [KcKd] The board ran out [Th8cKhAcAs] and Weinand was eliminated in 14th place.
Catching the action on the [2cTs6c] flop, Ralph Wong was all in for his last 227,000 against Sean Winter on the button. Wong: [Kc3c] Winter: [Ac7c] The turn and river landed the [Kd] and [6s], and Wong struck the turn to double through.
Ralph Wong raised to 13,000 in the cutoff and Brandon Adams called in the big blind. The flop landed [JhJs3h] and Adams checked. Wong bet 10,000, and Adams called before the [4s] and [2d] checked through. Adams tabled his [5c5s], and Wong mucked.
Ralph Wong raised to 11,000 from under the gun and Matthias Eibinger three-bet next to act to 28,000. Action folded back to Wong, and he called as the flop landed [4d6s3h]. Wong checked and Eibinger bet 23,000. Wong called, and the turn landed the [Jc]. Wong checked again, and Eibinger announced a
Byron Kaverman raised to 3,500 from under the gun and Ralph Wong defended his big blind to see the [4sKc3h] flop. Wong checked and Kaverman bet 2,500. Wong called, and then checked the [5h] on the turn. Kaverman continued with a bet of 8,000 and Wong called before both players checked the
After essentially breaking even on Monday's Super High Roller Cash Game, Daniel Negreanu made a statement on Tuesday, leaving as the games biggest winner, profiting over $140,000. Tuesday's game provided us with plenty of crazy hands, including Ralph Wong correcting folding a full house to a single bet on the river