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Event 2: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em

The Eric Andersen Story


We reported during the Jacob Bazeley hand that Eric Andersen was down to 10,000 chips…want to know what happened next?

Hand 1

Andrew Badecker raised to 24,000 in the hijack seat, Richard Park called on the button and Eric Andersen was a forced all-in from the big blind. The flop was {9-Spades} {8-Clubs} {3-Spades}, Badecker bet 30,000 and Park called. The turn was the {A-Diamonds} and Badecker bet 67,000 and Park folded. Andersen must have thought he was beaten for sure, but he had a nice surprise when Badecker turned over his hand.

Andersen{8-Spades} {5-Diamonds}
Badecker{Q-Clubs} {10-Spades}

River: {2-Spades}

Andersen tripled up to 41,000

Hand 2

Richard Park raised to 24,000 from the cutoff and Eric Andersen moved all-in from the small blind; Park made the call.

Andersen{Q-Hearts} {8-Diamonds}
Park{A-Spades} {5-Diamonds}

Board: {Q-Spades} {Q-Diamonds} {9-Hearts} {3-Clubs} {2-Clubs}

Andersen doubled up to 98,000

Hand 3

The action folded around to Andersen on the button and he moved all-in. Abdyl Konjuhi made the call in the big blind and Andersen had his fourth successive showdown.

Konjuhi{K-Hearts} {10-Hearts}
Andersen{5-Diamonds} {3-Diamonds}

Board: {A-Clubs} {7-Diamonds} {7-Spades} {Q-Hearts} {7-Hearts}

So it was exciting while it lasted but the Andersen mini-revival was put to rest by Konjuhi.

Player Chips Progress
Abdyl Konjuhi US
Abdyl Konjuhi
US 510,000 70,000
Eric Andersen
Eric Andersen

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