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2008 World Series of Poker

Event 30 - $10,000 Limit Hold'em World Championship

Day 3 Completed

Posted 06-18-2008 04:54 GMT-8
Event 30 - $10,000 Limit Hold'em World Championship
Day 3 Completed

Hand #242-- Rob Hollink Wins the $10,000 Limit Hold'em World Championship

Rob Hollink
Rob Hollink
Ankenman raised and Hollink set Jerrod all in. He called and turned over {10-Spades} {7-Spades} to Hollink's {A-Clubs} {5-Diamonds}.

The {4-Clubs} {A-Spades} {5-Hearts} flop gave Hollink two pair and got his vocal supporters jumping up and down. The {3-Hearts} came on the turn, and now it was Ankenman's friends who were shouting, "Six, six!!!" as the dealer prepared to turn over the final card.

And when he did, it was the {Q-Diamonds}, giving Hollink the pot, the tournament, and the World Series of Poker bracelet. Ankenman takes home $307,380 for finishing as our runner-up, while Hollink gets $496,931 to go with his victory and his bracelet.

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Hand #238-- Hollink

Hollink raised and Jerrod called. The flop came {Q-Clubs} {K-Clubs} {4-Diamonds} and Ankenman bet, Hollink raised and Ankenman reraised. The {6-Clubs} turned, Ankenman bet and Hollink called, and he did the same when the {2-Clubs} came on the river. Hollink showed the {4-Clubs} and that baby flush was enough to win the hand and leave Ankenman with very few chips behind.

Hand #236 - Rob Hollink

Rob led out preflop and was called. The flop came {K-Clubs} {5-Clubs} {A-Spades} and Jerrod check-called. The turn was the {3-Diamonds} and both players checked. The river was the {4-Spades} and Rob led out and was called. Rob showed a deuce for the wheel and won the hand.