Thai Ha raised all in for 4,875,000 from the hijack, Gregory Baird three-bet isolated from the cutoff for about 10,300,000 and Brian Yoon thought for a bit before he called all in for 9,100,000 from the big blind. Ha: [QhJc] Baird: [AhKs] Yoon: [8c8s] The board ran out [4dAd5c3s6c], giving Baird a pair of
Thai Ha raised from the button and Chin Wei Lim called from the small blind. The flop was [7d8cAc] and Lim check-called 275,000 from Ha. The turn was the [8h] and Lim check-called 425,000 from Ha. The river was the [9c], Lim checked, Ha bet 725,000, Lim check-raised to 2,800,000 and Ha used
Thai Ha raised to 160,000 from the small blind and Matej Petek moved all in for 805,000 from the big blind. Ha called. Ha: [Ad6d] Petek: [KcJc] The board ran out [5c7sTs3h7d] and Petek was eliminated.
Cary Katz was all in for 100,000 against Thai Ha. Katz: [AcQh] Ha: [9d8d] The [7h7dAdAhTh] runout saw Katz collect the double through Ha.
Both Dan Shak and Thai Ha found themselves all in against Todd Ivens. Ha: [KhJh] Shak: [AdQc] Ivens: [AhKc] The board ran out [9hAc8h7hJs] and Ha turned a flush and won the main pot for a triple up, while Ivens eliminated Shak and took the side pot.
Thai Ha and three others limped in before Anthony Zinno made it 108,000 from his button. Ha shoved for 189,000, and as the three players in the middle folded, Zinno called. Ha: [JhJs] Zinno: [AdAc] The board ran out [6d6h8cKcKd] and Zinno collected the pot and forced Ha to add-on.
The second event of the 2019 Poker Masters saw the game switched to Pot-Limit Omaha as 62-entrants took a seat inside the PokerGO Studio. After 17 full levels of play, Ryan Laplante finished as the chip leader with 2,540,000 in chips heading into Wednesday’s PokerGO streamed Event #2 final table. After