Kroon Picking Up Where He Left Off
Mark Kroon, ended Day 1c as our chipleader, and it looks as if the momentum is continuing. The flop of was on the board and Kroon led out from under the gun for 2,525. A player in middle position made the call and the player in the cutoff reraised to 6,000. Both Kroon and the middle position player called the raise.
Kroon led for 10,025 on the turn. Both the middle position and cutoff players called. Kroon continued with his story and bet 10,575 on the river. The player in the middle position was thinking about a call which would only leave him with about 6,950 behind. He eventually made the call and the player in the cutoff folded.
The player in middle position announced "king" and showed the red king. Kroon told him he was rivered and showed the . His opponent said, "I knew you had the worse hand." Kroon replied, "I had a flush draw, a pair and I am the chip leader. I am supposed to hit that." His opponent agreed, as they shared a good laugh.