Weekend Binge Watch – The Randall Emmett Experience

Randall Emmett & Lala Kent walking into the Rio during the 2018 World Series of Poker Main Event.

A little more than a year ago, the poker world became familiar with the flamboyant, talkative, high-energy, and fearless Randall Emmett. Over the course of Poker After Dark's exciting run since its return in the summer of 2017, Emmett is among the players that have the most appearances on the

Randall Emmett Eliminated by Alan Schein

Randall Emmett opened the cutoff to 4,500 and Alan Schein called on the button, as did Alex Foxen from the big blind. The flop landed [JsTs8c] and Foxen checked to Emmett who continued for 12,000. Schein called, and Foxen folded as the [6c] fell on the turn. Emmett bet 35,000 and Schein

Randall Emmett Eliminated by Sam Soverel

Catching the action on the river, the last of Randall Emmett's chips were in the middle of the pot on a final board reading [4c5c7c4dKc]. Emmett held [4h2h] for trips, but unfortunately for him, he would be against Sam Soverel's [6c6d] for a flush, and was consequently eliminated.

Randall Emmett Bets Out Nick Petrangelo

On a final board reading [5h3dAsQh2c] with around 35,000 in the middle, Randall Emmett bet out 25,000 from the small blind. Nick Petrangelo used a time extension bank, and before his additional minute was about to expire, he folded.