Glaser Grills One
A-5 Triple Draw
A player limped in from under the gun and Benny Glaser limped behind him from the hijack. Action folded to the small blind, who put in a raise and was called by both limpers, taking action three ways to the first draw. The small blind stood pat, the player under the gun drew two, and Glaser drew three. Following the draw, the small blind put out a bet and both the under-the-gun player and Glaser called.
The second draw went pat, two, one and the small blind again led out and was called by the player under the gun. Glaser looked at the under-the-gun player's stack and put in a raise. The small blind called and the player under the gun called all in for less. The final draw went pat, one, one and the small blind and Glaser both checked the final street to take hands to showdown.
The small blind turned over and Glaser tabled to lock up the side pot.
The player under the gun tabled and surveyed the other two hands to see what he needed to improve and stay alive in the tournament. He was not in luck as he turned over another to make a pair and was eliminated from the tournament.