A large stack was just spotted in front of Brian Schaedlich, and he shared the details of a couple of hands that saw his stack vault to one of the chip leaders.
According to Schaedlich, after raising to 5,000 under the gun and getting one caller in the small blind, his opponent checked to him on a flop and he continued for 5,000 more.
The small blind check-raised to 16,000 and Schaedlich called.
On the turn, the small blind led for 15,000 and Schaedlich called again.
The small blind bet 30,000 on the river and Schaedlich called once more.
His opponent showed for top pair, top kicker, but Schaedlich held for a winning overpair.
Shortly after, versus the same opponent who moved all in for approximately 30,000, Schaedlich called with but was in trouble against his opponent's .
The brought Schaedlich a flush draw which came in on the turn with the . The river bricked out and Schaedlich added more to his quickly growing stack.