JC Alvarado check-called a 5,000-chip bet from an opponent with the board reading . Both players checked after the turned, and Alvarado led for 12,000 after the completed the board. His opponent tank-called.
Alvarado tabled for a turned straight, and his opponent mucked his hand.
If it is true that Alexey Repik is the Chairman of the Board of a pharmaceutical company, maybe he's taking some special pills. Or better yet, maybe he's just injected his chip stack with steroids. Why, you may ask? Well, he's up to a whopping quarter of a million in chips and absolutely crushing.
We hadn't been paying much attention to his table as Repik took an extended dinner break, leaving his stack to be blinded and anted off. Well, he's back now and was caught stacking up a ton more chips. Must be nice to be Mr. Repik.
A player in middle position opened for a raise, and Victor Ramdin three-bet to 4,050 near the button. His opponent called, then checked after the flop came down . Ramdin continued for 3,000, and his opponent check-jammed for a whopping 68,850. After a few minutes of silence, Ramdin eventually said, "Wow."
He thought for a little longer before eventually folding.