On the flop of , the first player checked and the next player bet before Team PokerStars Pro Canada member Pat Pezzin put in a raise. The first player folded, but the original bettor called.
The turn was the and both players checked to see the fall on the river. The first player checked and Pezzin bet. His opponent called.
Pezzin showed the for the nut flush and a low. His opponent showed the to lose the high, but he was able to produce the same low and chop that half of the pot. That meant Pezzin scooped three-quarters of this pot and has moved to 5,900 in chips.
Two players checked the flop to Phil Collins. Collins bet, the fourth player in the hand folded and the two others called.
The turn brought the and everyone checked to see the come on the river. The first player bet and the next player folded. Collins also folded and dropped to 2,500 in chips.
We caught the action as Los Angeles Lakers owner Jerry Buss was involved in a hand against two opponents.
Buss: (X)(X) -
Opponent # 1: (X)(X) -
Opponent # 2: (X)(X) -
After the last round of betting, Buss flipped up his for two pair and a low of A3568. Opponent # 2 showed down the for trip kings, and while Buss' two pair was bested, his low hand was good enough to take half of the pot.
We caught the action as an opponent on the button raised to 200 and Scotty Nguyen made the call. The flop fell and Nguyen fired a bet of 100 into the middle, which was called by the button. The turn card came and Nguyen slowed down, checking to his opponent.
The player with the button bet 200 and Nguyen decided to see the river card, making the call.
The Prince of Poker, living up to his royal moniker with multiple WSOP bracelets jingling on his wrist, led out for 200 this time and was raised to 400 by the button. Nguyen looked up at his opponent and asked in his distinctive style "you make the flush baby?" With a large pot up for grabs, Nguyen was committed and made the call. His opponent flipped up and Nguyen mucked after getting the answer to his query.
Allen Bari won Event #4 and is here in this event today trying to carve his way to another World Series of Poker gold bracelet. He's up to 6,000 in chips and we caught this recent hand with him.
Allen Bari: (X)(X) -
Opponent: (X)(X) - - fold
After a player with the showing brought in, Bari completed the bet. His opponent with the up called and it was heads-up from there on out. Both players checked fourth street and then Bari fired fifth street after his opponent showing the better hand checked. The player folded and Bari scooped the pot.
After his win in Event #4, our very own Kristy Arnett caught up with Bari for a winner interview. Check that out in the video below.
We missed the preliminary betting but caught Tom "durrrr" Dwan involved in a heads-up pot.
Dwan: (X)(X) -
Opponent: (X)(X) -
On seventh street, Dwan check raised his opponent's bet of 200, making it 400 to go. After the opponent made the call, Durrrr flipped up his hole cards of for two pair and took the pot.