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The Doctor is Out

David Doc Sands @Doc_SandsTough summer at the WSOP for me capped off by an early exit from the main. Set under set first, then bust with AA to QJs all in on Q25.

The Doc is Out of Business

Phil Ivey opened the action for 185,000 from the hijack only to have David "Doc" Sands three-bet all in for 1.325 million from the button. Doug Polk then moved all in over the top from the small blind, which inspired Ivey to fold.

Kaplan Schools the Doctor

On Hand #39 of the feature table, David "Doc" Sands opened for 160,000 under the gun and Gabe Kaplan called from the hijack.

Big Pot for Steven

Daniel Negreanu raised to 150,000 under the gun, David "Doc" Sands called from the cutoff, and Gabe Kaplan came along from the small blind.

Shakerchi Visits the Doctor

David "Doc" Sands raised to 115,000 from the hijack and Talal Shakerchi called from the big blind. The flop saw Shakerchi check-call a bet of 125,000 from Sands, and then the peeled off on the turn.

Sands vs. Kaplan

David "Doc" Sands raised to 110,000 from the hijack and Gabe Kaplan called from the button to see a flop of . Sands continued for 135,000, Kaplan called, and the appeared on the turn.

The Doctor Prescribes a Four-Bet

In the first hand over at the feature table, David "Doc" Sands raised to 115,000 under the gun and Phil Ivey three-bet to 340,000 from the small blind.

More for the Doctor

David "Doc" Sands checked to Tom Hall on a flop of , and he tossed out 125,000. Sands called. The turn was the , Sands check-called another 300,000 from his opponent, and the completed the board.

Sands of Time

John Juanda and David "Doc" Sands were heads up going to the flop in a raised pot. The dealer fanned on the felt and Juanda came out swinging with a bet of 80,000. Sands cut out a call and the came down on fourth street.

Shakerchi Over Sands

The board read and David "Docs" Sands checked over to Talal Shakerchi. Shakerchi moved out 205,000 and Sands called to see a river. The dealer produced the on fifth street and Sands checked once more.

Bellande Tank-Folds

David "Doc" Sands checked on a flop of , Philipp Gruissem fired out 150,000, and Jean-Robert Bellande called. Sands check-raised to 425,000, and only Bellande called. The turn was the , and Sands led out for 740,000.

Rast Up, Rast Down

Talal Shakerchi opened to 40,000 in the hijack, Brian Rast called on the button, and Jean-Robert Bellande called out of the small blind. The flop fell , Bellande checked, and Shakerchi continued for 75,000.

One For Talal

The board read when David Sands bet 57,000 and Talal Shakerchi called. The river was the and both players checked. Sands showed and mucked when Shakerchi tabled .

Bellande Raises, Gruissem Folds

Philipp Gruissem was under the gun and made it 20,000 to go. He found calls from Tom Hall, Jean-Robert Bellande on the button, and David "Doc" Sands in the big blind. The four players took a flop of and Sands checked to Gruissem.

Gruissem Gets One

Philipp Gruissem was faced with an all-in bet of 12,125 on a flop of , and with a player behind him he chose to just call. That player folded, and the hands were tabled.

High Five From Sands

We happened upon the action with 30,000 or so in the pot and a board reading . It appeared David "Doc" Sands had checked from the big blind, and Daniel Strelitz bet 16,200 from the button.

Massey Rolls Out of Here

Aaron Massey was all-in for around 3,700 after a preflop raising war with David "Doc" Sands, who was seated in the small blind. Sands flipped over and Massey the .

Sands An Early Casuality

David "Doc" Sands came into the day with just 3,325, and with the big blind starting at 500, we knew he would be getting it in rather quickly.

Sands Flushed

Following a raise to 850, David Sands made the call from the button to see a flop fall. Sands' opponent tossed in 1,300 and Sands made the call as the turn landed the and he was greeted by a 2,500-chip bet.

Sands Can't Freeroll Timoshenko

With 1,650 in the pot on a flop of , Yevgeniy Timoshenko and David "Doc" Sands were in action. Timoshenko was first and bet 1,050. Sands raised to 4,750. Timoshenko tanked, then called.