Jordan Cristos was all in for roughly 170,000 from the small blind against Ryan Laplante who was under the gun.
The board ran out and Laplante turned a flush to eliminate Cristos from Event #2.
6,000 / 12,000
Big Blind Ante
The following players will be featured on PokerGO’s Early Action coverage.
Anthony Zinno opened to 25,000 from the cutoff and Jordan Cristos called on the button before Ryan Laplante raised to 105,000 from the big blind.
Zinno folded and Cristos called to see the flop.
Laplante continued for 60,000 and Cristos quickly raised to 180,000. Almost immediately, Laplante responded with a shove and Cristos snap folded – leaving himself just over 200,000.
As Laplante was pushed the pot, he said, “I was thinking of a perfect flop.” before tabling .
Cary Katz limped in from under the gun, and Thai Ha completed in the small blind. Sam Snead raised to 40,000 from the big blind, and Katz called as Ha folded.
The flop landed and Snead bet 55,000. Katz moved all in for 229,000, and after using two time extensions, Snead called.
The turn landed the to improve Snead to a straight, and when the river landed the , Katz was eliminated.
Cary Katz limped in for 10,000 and Sean Winter raised to 45,000 next to act. Action folded back to Katz, and he called as the flop landed .
Katz announced he was all in, and Winter called all in for his remaining 54,000.
The turn and river landed the and and Winter secured the double.
Manig Loeser limped the small blind and Chance Kornuth put in a pot-sized raise from the big.
Loeser called and as both players went to the flop – with 70,000 in the middle – Kornuth said, “Is this a stop-and-go or are you going to check?”
Kornuth got his answer after the flop. Loeser moved in for his final 64,000 and Kornuth took some time before he eventually called.
Loeser held and needed to hit to stay alive against .
He did – as the completed Loeser’s flush and Kornuth was drawing dead as the completed the board.
Defending Poker Masters Purple Jacket winner Ali Imsirovic opened to 25,000 in middle position and both Anthony Zinno and Mike Gorodinsky called in the cutoff and small blind respectively.
The flop checked through to reveal the on the turn. Imsirovic bet 30,000, and after Zinno folded, Gorodinsky check-called.
The river fell the and Gorodinsky led out for 90,000. Imsirovic mucked.
You're all caught up!
No more pages to load