Event #23: THE MARATHON - $2,620 No-Limit Hold'em

Hands #26-30: Julian Stuer Gets a Monster Double

ajlamers • Level 28: 50,000-100,000, 10,000 ante
Julian Stuer

Hand #26: Tim Reilly raised to 225,000 from early position and Joseph Di Rosa Rojas three-bet to 550,000 from the button. Julian Stuer was in the small blind and made a four-bet to 1,400,000. Reilly folded and Rojas called to see the flop come {k-Clubs}{8-Hearts}{5-Hearts}.

Stuer bet 800,000 and Rojas moved all in. Stuer had 3,165,000 left and quickly made the call. Stuer was ahead with {a-Clubs}{a-Hearts} vs Rojas' {a-Spades}{k-Diamonds}. The turn was the {j-Hearts} and the river brought the {q-Diamonds}, giving Stuer a huge double-up through the chip leader.

Hand #27: Jeffrey Tomlinson raised to 240,000 from early position and everyone folded.

Hand #28: Joseph Di Rosa Rojas raised to 250,000 and Faraz Jaka called from the button, along with Jeffrey Tomlinson in the big blind. All players checked the flop of {k-Spades}{10-Spades}{5-Diamonds} and when the {6-Clubs} fell on the turn, Rojas picked up the pot with a bet of 275,000.

Hand #29: Jeffrey Tomlinson raised to 260,000 from the small blind and Tim Reilly defended his big blind. The flop came {q-Spades}{7-Diamonds}{5-Hearts} and Tomlinson bet 325,000 which was called by Reilly. The turn was the {k-Hearts} and Tomlinson led out again for 625,000. Reilly called and the river brought the {j-Diamonds}. Tomlinson moved all-in for just over 2,000,000 and Reilly tossed his cards away.

Hand #30: The action was folded around to Tim Reilly in the small blind who bet enough to put his opponent Alexander Lynskey all-in on the big blind. Lynskey folded and Reilly picked up the blinds.

Tags: Alexander LynskeyFaraz JakaJeff TomlinsonJoseph Di Rosa RojasJulian StuerTim Reilly