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Frangoulidis Hits Ace on Flop to Woun Lauer In Massive Pot

jeffmcmillan • Level 20: 5,000-10,000, 10,000 ante
James Frangoulidis

What ended up being the largest pot of the tournament thus far, started as a blind on blind situation.

James Frangoulidis raised to 27,000 out of the small blind. Andrew Lauer three-bet it to 73,000 from the big blind. Frangoulidis did not back down and four-bet it to 127,000. Lauer announced all in and was quickly called by Frangoulidis.

Frangoulidis who was the one at risk in a hand that was somewhat reminiscent of the famous 2010 Main Event hand between Joseph Cheong and Jonathan Duhamel, with the same pocket holdings.

James Frangoulidis {a-Spades}{7-Diamonds}
Andrew Lauer {q-Spades}{q-Diamonds}.

But on this occasion the ace would come as the flop sent Frangoulidis into the lead when an ace came in the window {a-Diamonds}{8-Clubs}{10-Spades} the turn was the {k-Spades} and the {3-Clubs} on the river did not help Lauer, who pounded his chips into his hands in anger as a huge portion of his stack was sent to double up the 354,000 of Frangoulidis.

Player Chips Progress
James Frangoulidis us
James Frangoulidis
us 708,000 363,000
Andrew Lauer us
Andrew Lauer
us 245,000 -345,000

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