Hands of the Week: MSPT Two Outer on River, Running Quads Beat Flopped Trips
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Mark Feinberg Delivered New Life on the River
On Day 1b of the MSPT Sycuan Casino $360 Regional Event in San Diego, which is happening now, it was Level 5 (300/500/500) when there was approximately 10,000 already in the pot and a flop of when Mark Feinberg (lead photo) and Chris Smith butted heads. The former ultimately got his stack of approximately 25,000 in the middle and the latter snapped him off.
Feinberg's two black cowboys were no good as Smith had flopped top set.
The turn was of no consequence, but the river sure was as Feinberg spiked his two outer to make a bigger set and stay alive.
"I told you I was trying to punt," said Feinberg, clearly energized by the river card that delivered him new life. Feinberg went on to bag a stack for Day 2.
"jancsi69" Busts to Quads
In the recently-completed PokerStars SCOOP 2021, it was Level 27 (40,000/80,000/10,000) in SCOOP-92-H: $10,300 NLHE [8-Max, Main Event], $5M Gtd when Dan "Dannyz0r" Borlan raised to 280,000 from the small blind and "jancsi69" opted to defend.
The flop came , Borlan continued with a bet of 189,000 and got called.
The turn was the and Borlan barreled a bet of 680,000 into the pot and was called again.
The river completed the board with the and Borlan bet 680,000 for "jancsi69" to raise it up to 4,080,000. Borlan decided to shove with the bigger stack for "jancsi69" to call for the 6,246,243 they had behind with the for the full house but Borlan held the for quads and the chip lead.
Borlan went on to finish second in the tournament for $894,551 after a three-way deal.
Peters Takes O'Dwyer and Pärssinen Out
In the same tournament, it was Level 17 when David "dpeters17" Peters raised to 28,000 from the middle position. Eelis "EEE27" Pärssinen three-bet shoved for 228,342 for Steve "Mr. Tim Caum" O'Dwyer to four-bet jam his stack of 448,420 in. The action folded back to Peters who made the call.
Eelis "EEE27" Pärssinen:
Steve "Mr. Tim Caum" O'Dwyer:
David "dpeters17" Peters:
The board ran out for Peters to flop quads to bust both O'Dwyer and Pärssinen in one go. Peters went on to finish in 74th place for $21,328.
Sanchez Loses w/ Flopped Full House Against Petrone's Quads
In a final hand from that SCOOP tournament, it was Level 13 (4,000/8,000/1,000) when Ramiro "ramastar88" Petrone raised to 18,800 from the middle position and Diego "diesanser" Sanchez and Jack "jackstack99" Ketendjian made the call from the blinds.
The flop came , it was checked to Petrone who continued with a bet of 14,168 which only Sanchez called.
The turn was the and Sanchez checked again. This time, Petrone bet 66,770 and got called.
The river completed the board with the and Sanchez checked. Petrone bet 81,459 for Sanchez to raise it up to 264,000. Petrone shoved and Sanchez called for the 521,229 he had behind with the for the full house but Petrone held the for quads.
Haraldstad Doubles Through Larabi for Huge Lead
On Day 2 of the 2021 GGPoker Spring Festival Main Event-H: $1,500 PLO-NL, $2M GTD, it was down to the final two tables in Level 18 (150,000/300,000/35,000) when Joachim "jochee" Haraldstad raised to 750,000 under the gun and Bernard Larabi defended big blind.
Larabi check-called 602,250 on the flop. On the , Larabi checked and Haraldstad bet 2,422,125. Larabi went into his time bank then crammed, covering the 13,174,213 of his opponent.
Haraldstad faded the one-outer on the river and vaulted into a big chip lead. He went on to win the tournament for $249,926.
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