Having worn Katz down to just 300,000, Ben Tollerene looks like he has a powerful lead in this heads-up battle.
With a semi-bluff on a wet board making Katz lay down second pair, Tollerene took a dominating lead, and he’s used the last few pots to extend that lead.
Katz just called with , only to be shoved on by Tollerene with pocket deuces. Another fold from Katz, and Tollerene has 89% of the chips in play.
“You’re ruining our content, Ben!” laughed Katz, the man behind Poker Central and PokerGO, of course. “We need to get a few hours out of this!”