We have a table 13, proving that there are no superstitions in Cannes when it comes to that supposedly unlucky number. It has a great line up of players as well. WSOPE Event #4 bracelet winner Tristan Wade is sat in seat two, Gabriel Nassif in seat three and then you have the trio of McLean Karr (seat six), John Racener (seat seven) and Maria Ho (seat eight). We just caught an all-American clash between Karr and Wade.
Karr opened up the action with a standard raise to 1,500 from late position and Wade defended his big blind. The final board ran out with Wade taking the check-call line and Karr doing the barrelling. The three bet sizes were 1,125 (flop), 2,250 (turn) and 2,975 (river) and Wade dragged in the pot.
"I was hoping you had used all of your run good," said Karr.
"It's still there," replied Wade.
"This is no shoot-out Tristan, no shoot-out," said Karr.