The flop read [KcJs3c] and Ben Yu fired out a pot-sized bet of 69,000. Ali Imsirovic made the call, which was slightly more than his entire stack. Jordan Cristos then came over the top all-in and Yu made the call. Yu: [QcQhJc9c] Cristos: [AsAcJsXx] Imsirovic: [Ah4d3h3s] The turn came [5c], giving Yu a flush,
Ben Yu opened for 18,000 on the button and Jordan Cristos, in the big blind, raised the pot, which was nearly his entire stack. Yu briefly pondered a call before deciding on a fold.
With the board reading [8c8h6h] Joshua Ladines moved for his last 63,000 chips. Alex Foxen snap called. Foxen: [9cJhTc7s] Ladines: [KhJsKd5d] Ladines was ahead with his pokcet kings but Foxen had flopped multiple straight draws. The board ran out [2d] on the turn and [Jc] on the river as Foxen could not improve and
On a flop of [6c7s2c] with roughly 37,000 in the middle, Jordan Cristos was all in for his last 31,000. Anthony Zinno folded, but Alex Foxen called. Foxen: [KcQcQs4h] Cristos: [Jc9c7h6s] The turn and river landed the [8d] and [9d] and Cristos doubled through.
Alex Foxen raised to 10,000 in middle position and Jordan Cristos re-raised to 36,000 on the button. Foxen called, and then checked the [4cKh7c] flop to Cristos who continued for 13,000. Foxen dropped in a stack of chips amounting to roughly 140,000, and Cristos snap-folded.
Cary Katz raised to 10,000 in middle position and Manig Loeser called on the button, as did Jordan Cristos in the big blind. The flop landed [8h2hQs] and Cristos checked to Katz who bet 30,000. Loeser folded, and after using one of his time extension banks, Cristos moved all in for
Jordan Cristos is viewed by many as "the tanking guy" for taking quite a bit of time to make his decisions playing in non-shot-clock tournament events. Whenever Cristos' name pops up, the association with his playing style is immediately made, but during the U.S. Poker Open, restricted by shot clocks
With the action on Sean Perry he five-bet shoved all in and had the table covered. Jordan Cristos made the call from the button for 162,000, Alan Schein was all in in the small blind for 3,000 chips and Larry Greenberg made the call all in for 153,000 chips. Perry: [AhQh] Cristos: [JhJd] Greenberg: