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In that three-bet pre-flop hand, the flop ran out A and Polk, in position, bet with Q-J no backdoor flush draws possible.
He then bet the turn another ace as Negreanu just check-called on both streets. Then on the river a board-pairing 4 , he jammed all-in and got snap-called.
With Negreanu cruising to what appeared to be a big session, he was on the verge of ending the day nearly in the overall lead.
But one sick river card ended those dreams. Negreanu four-bet pre-flop with pocket jacks and both players saw a flop of with two hearts. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.
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Men Nguyen T. Howard Lederer 2. Erick Lindgren 3. Daniel Negreanu 4. Gavin Smith 5. Tran 6. Jonathan Little 7.
Bertrand Grospellier 8. Faraz Jaka 9. Then, one of the biggest pots of the match. Polk called, and the turn was the. Polk shoved and Negreanu quickly called with but had been rivered by.
That pot was eclipsed the next time stacks went in. Polk called again, and the river was the. Polk's advantage was nearly gone when they played another three-bet pot, this time with Polk the aggressor, and flopped.
Polk was bluffing with. The pairing on the turn opened up some chop possibilities for Kid Poker but the didn't do it for him. Negreanu had erased that deficit and then some, though, winning several medium and larger pots to take a small lead.
Then, he three-bet and called a four-bet for a flop. Negreanu stuck around and the turn went check-check.
One of the biggest pots of the match happened on a flop. A single-raised pot would then see Negreanu check-call a small wager on.
A slightly fortunate river did save Polk a few bucks when Negreanu flopped big again, this time in a four-bet pot, and he attempted to sucker Polk into barreling off.
The heads-up legend, having been the aggressor pre, fired flop and turn as it ran. Moments later, Negreanu got a stack right back when he coolered Polk.
This time, top pair with was no good for Polk on , running it into top set. Negreanu's momentum continued when he got a four-bet in pre with the players almost blinds deep.
Then, he picked up some pots, picked off a bluff or two, and grinded his way quickly back to a slim lead in no time.
More than an hour later, he was again back down by six figures. Then, just like that, he finally won a massive pot due to a brutal cooler, the same way Polk has won numerous pots during this challenge.
In the memorable hand, both players were holding two clubs Polk with 3 6 and Negreanu 7 5. The board ran out J 5 8 A Q with one club on the flop, turn, and river, giving both players a small backdoored flush.
It was the biggest hand of the day, and one of the biggest through the entire day challenge. Moments later, in one of the final hands of the day, Polk got caught bluffing off his stack on the river.
That hand propelled Negreanu back into the lead and finished off a wild back-and-forth session.