On Hand #113 of Table 2, Bertrand Grospellier finished off Viktor Blom.
Grospellier min-raised to 60 on the button, Blom called, and the flop was . Blom checked, Grospellier fired 67, and Blom check-raised to 210. Grospellier clicked it back, making it 353, and Blom re-clicked it back, committing 496 of his 652-chip stack.
Grospellier clicked it back on last time, making it 639, and Blom moved all in for 13 more chips. Grospellier called.
Blom was crushed, and Grospellier held as the turn and river came , respectively.
Grospellier had the match won, but the two continued to battle on Table 3. We asked Isaac Haxton whether or not the two had a side bet, and he informed us that he didn't believe so.
Grospellier had a large chip advantage, but Blom doubled a handful of times. On the 160th and final hand, Blom had the button and raised to 120 with the blinds at 20/40. Grospellier called, and the flop was . Grospellier check-called a 240-chip bet, and the turn produced the . Grospellier checked again, Blom fired 720, and Grospellier moved all in for effectively 1,588. Blom called.
The turn was a fourth club - the - and Grospellier successfully swept Blom.
Just won my match for @pokerstars 3-0 vs @ViktorBlom ! Thanks so much to everyone and especially @ikepoker and @RealKidPoker ! Let’s scoop !March 10 2013Follow
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