A$10,600 Main Event
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Tickner Finds the Call Button, Picks Off Yaroshevskyy

mnuwwarah • Level 3: 100-200, 200 ante

After an open to 400 under the gun and a Bryce Tickner call in the cutoff, Igor Yaroshevskyy made it 2,500 in the small blind. The opener got out of the way but Tickner called for a {6-Diamonds}{j-Diamonds}{q-Diamonds} flop. Yaroshevskyy bet 1,700 and Tickner called. Yaroshevskyy then bet 4,700 and Tickner snap-called on the {2-Clubs} turn. The river was a {9-Hearts} and Yaroshevskyy asked to see his opponent's stack. Tickner obliged, showing just over 13,000. Yaroshevskyy shoved and Tickner tanked about a minute then stuck in all of his chips.

Yaroshevskyy patted the table and Tickner flicked in {6-Hearts}{6-Clubs} for a flopped set. Yaroshevskyy mucked what the dealer revealed to be {a-Hearts}{k-Hearts}.

Player Chips Progress
Bryce Tickner au
Bryce Tickner
au 42,000
Igor Yaroshevskyy ua
Igor Yaroshevskyy
ua 21,000 -10,000

Tags: Bryce TicknerIgor Yaroshevskyy