On a heads-up turn of , Charles Lehr made it 12,000 to go and the action was on Young Sik Eum.
After a few moments, he announced he was all in, covering Lehr. However, Lehr appeared unconcerned and quickly made the call and the cards were tabled.
Young Sik Eum:
Lehr was well ahead with his turned set of treys, but he still needed to fade Eum's nut flush draw. The river bricked out with the and Lehr secured the pot for a big double-up.
"Ahh, nice hand, I should have shoved the flop," Eum said as he tapped the table. He was left with only 8,500 while Lehr rocketed up to 100,000.
|Young Sik Eum||8,500||8,500|