2020 NJCOOP
Event #3: $1,500 Omaha Hi-Low Split 8 or Better
Days:
123

How Many Bets Does it Take to Cap a Street?

stoffmakers • Level 6: 150-300, 0 ante

There was just a bit of confusion over at Chris Bjorin’s table. As a pot was brewing on a {7-Diamonds}{6-Diamonds}{3-Hearts} flop, the floor was called over as nobody seemed to be sure as to how many bets were allowed to be made. In the end, it was five total bets or four raises which is exactly what happened. This resulted in a player all in and a side pot between Bjorin and the big blind.

On the {4-Clubs} turn, the big blind bet and Bjorin just called. The river was a {5-Hearts} and this time the big blind checked. Bjorin bet and was called.

The Hands:

All In Player: {A-Spades}{2-Hearts}{9-Spades}{8-Hearts}
Bjorin: {A-Clubs}{2-Spades}{4-Spades}{7-Hearts}
Big Blind: {A-Diamonds}{2-Clubs}{5-Diamonds}{K-Hearts}

All three players amazingly had the same nut low in addition to their different straights. The all in player won half of the main pot with the nuts. Bjorin won half of the side pot with his straight. As for the big blind, well he didn’t win the high part of either pot with his lower straight.

Bjorin had around 9,000 after the hand.

Tags: Chris Bjorin

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