On Episode 8 of Excessive Stakes Poker Season 10, which aired Tuesday night time, Antonio Esfandiari and his good pal Invoice Perkins gambled with drawing fingers in a $606,000 pot.
Whereas that was far and away essentially the most entertaining pot of the night time, it wasn’t the one hand price mentioning. For the fourth straight week, the desk remained largely the identical with the 2 aforementioned gamers in motion together with Jennifer Tilly, Bobby Baldwin, Robert Sanchez, and Roger Sippl.
The high-stakes no-limit maintain’em recreation on PokerGO led to a number of six-figure pots and a few thrilling motion, however none extra so than the next hand.
Playing for Stacks
Final week on Excessive Stakes Poker, we noticed Esfandiari win an epic three-way cooler. This week, he fought for one more monster pot in thrilling trend.
Within the hand in query, with a double straddle on, Tilly known as the $2,000 straddle from the button with earlier than Perkins raised to $10,000 from the large blind with . Seated within the first straddle, Sippl known as with , as did Esfandiari within the greater straddle with .
“I am compelled to name,” Tilly then mentioned, acknowledging she was pot-committed.
The flop ran out , one thing for all 4 gamers. Motion checked to Esfandiari with the nut flush draw, and he tossed out a wager of $16,000, about half the scale of the pot. Tilly known as with high pair, however when Perkins raised it as much as $50,000 with a straight flush draw, Sippl folded his gut-shot straight draw.
Esfandiari, with over $500,000 behind, paused for a second earlier than elevating to $166,000. Tilly could not name such a large guess with simply high pair, so she despatched her playing cards into the muck. However Perkins, whose stack was at simply over $280,000 when the hand started, moved all in, and the “Magician” known as.
They agreed to run the flip and river twice, and the primary run-out got here , adopted by the on the second board, each going Esfandiari’s manner. In consequence, he shipped the $606,400 pot,
In a later hand, Perkins was dealt and requested the desk if he might pay $5,000 to be dealt two new playing cards. They agreed and his new hand bought even worse – . After Esfandiari raised to $3,200 with at midnight – he hadn’t even checked out his playing cards — Perkins bumped it to $15,200.
Esfandiari then peeked at his playing cards, confirmed the four-high, and mucked them. Perkins turned over the five-high and took down the pot in what could be the ultimate hand of the session.
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Sippl Makes a Transfer on Perkins
Within the second hand of notice from Episode 8, Baldwin raised to $2,000 with . Sanchez known as with as did Perkins on the button with . Sippl, within the small blind, then went for a three-bet to $6,000 with and solely Baldwin folded.
The flop got here out and motion checked over to Perkins, who fired out a guess of $5,000. Sippl known as, Sanchez folded, and the appeared on the flip. Sippl checked his queen-high flush draw to Perkins, who had simply paired up and ripped off one other guess, this time for $10,000.
The flip guess didn’t drive a fold they usually each noticed the on the river. Though that card did nothing to enhance ace-high, Sippl jammed all in for $45,000, which satisfied his opponent, who had one of the best hand, to fold.
Sanchez Lets Esfandiari Take Pot with Ace-Excessive
Sanchez raised on the button to $2,000 with . That motion was adopted by Sippl calling from the large blind with after which Esfandiari three-betting to $10,000 with within the straddle, which didn’t persuade both participant to fold.
All three remaining gamers checked out a flop of , giving Sippl a monster combo draw. Esfandiari, who utterly whiffed, nonetheless guess out $13,000. He acquired only one name, after all from Sippl.
The flip was the , no assist to both participant. With $80,000 within the pot, Esfandiari guess $23,400 and once more was known as. After the appeared on the river, Sippl checked, placing the “Magician” in a troublesome spot. He’d already been known as on the flop and switch, so the one manner he might win at showdown was if his opponent had been chasing a flush or straight draw.
Because it turned out, Sippl was chasing a draw, which meant a examine from Esfandiari’s ace-king was ok to win the hand and not using a guess.
Excessive Stakes Poker Season 10 returns subsequent week on PokerGO at 5 p.m. PT with Episode 9.
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