Natural8 2020 WSOP Online Hands of the Week: One Outer in Three-Way All-In Pot
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The 2020 World Series of Poker (WSOP) online bracelet events are running now through September 6th. The series is comprised of 85 WSOP gold bracelets on the digital felt across two different clients: WSOP.com and GG Poker, which includes Natural8.
Each week, we’ll highlight a “Hand(s) of the Week,” which very well could include bad beats, lucky suck outs, and game-changing swings.
- Week 1: Daniel “DNegs” Negreanu’s up and down rollercoaster ride
- Week 2: Jeff “mavsusc” Platt’s lucky sevens
- Week 3: Ryan “joeyisamush” Depaulo from the Whole Foods parking lot
- Week 4: Negreanu vs. Hellmuth; Leng’s Bad Beat
- Week 5: Bad Beat in First Hand of COLOSSUS Final Table
- Week 6: Dvoress Plays for the Win, Not the Ladder
- Week 7: Mark Herm Runs Into a Straight Flush
- Week 8: Negreanu Channels His Inner Phil Hellmuth
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A One Outer in a Three-Way All-In Pot
In Event #75: $300 Double Stack NLH, it was Level 28 (60,000/120,000/15,000) with 55 players remaining from the 3,552-entry field when Andrey "FivebetGAMER" Vedomtsev moved all in for 1,060,548 from under the gun and Mario "xxmmarioxx" Mosboeck called in the hijack. Muhammad "Born2Win1" Ali then moved all in for 1,355,810 total in the big blind which Mosboeck also called.
Muhammad "Born2Win1" Ali:
Andrey "FivebetGAMER" Vedomtsev:
Mario "xxmmarioxx" Mosboeck:
The board eventually ran out to improve Mosboeck to a full house and he scored a rare double knockout while at the same time jumping above ten million in chips. "LI666" flashed the mucked as Mosboeck had hit a one-outer on the flop.
Vedomtsev and Ali finished in 55th and 54th place respectively, both for $1,744, while Mosboeck went on to finish in 11th place for $6,753.
Scoring a Main Event Knockout w/ Ace-High
Another interesting hand went down on Day 2 of Event #77: $5,000 NLH Main Event. It was Level 12 (30,000/60,000/7,500), when "Rage Monkey1" raised to 120,000 in the hijack and was called by Bruno Volkmann. Craig Timmis (pictured in lead image), who was in the small blind, then three-bet to 480,000, which only the initial raiser called.
The flop came down and Timmis moved all in, which "Rage Monkey1" called off for their last 1,127,890.
Neither player had much of anything, so the ace-high of Timmis was best. Nothing changed with the turn nor river and Timmis earned the 3.45 million pot with ace-jack high.
It was a “Timmis Special” from a player known for not being afraid to mix it up. It also helped him make a deep run and he currently finds himself sitting fifth in chips among the final 38 players.
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