On a flop of , Marcel Roosen moved all in and John Caldwell insta-called, turning over to Roosen's . The turn was the , the river was the , and Caldwell's railbirds erupted in raucous cheers as he took it down. Poker News' own editor-in chief is the champion of Event #4, while Roosen, who won entry to this event via a Poker News freeroll, is our runner-up.
Congratulations to John "Schecky" Caldwell! Always patient, never making a bad move, Caldwell played fantastic poker to take down this title.
John Caldwell moved all in from the button and Marcel Roosen called. Caldwell slapped on the table, in great shape against Roosen's . The flop was , the turn was the , the river was the , and Caldwell doubled up, taking a commanding chip lead over Roosen, with 891,000 to Roosen's 136,000.
John Caldwell raised to 120,000, Marcel Roosen called, and Russell Watkins called all in from the big blind. The flop was . Roosen checked and Caldwell checked behind. The turn was the and both players checked again. The river was the . Check-check again.
Roosen turned up , Caldwell mucked, Watkins mucked and Roosen took down the pot as Watkins headed to the rail in 3rd place.