Shaan Siddiqui won a satellite into the event, and the Canadian is playing without fear on the way to a 185,000-chip stack now.
He called a Yang Wang raise on the button with the and Simon Appleby came along in the small blind. According to Siddiqui, they all checked the flop, and when the turn made it two clubs on the board, he and Appleby both flatted another Wang bet.
Finally, it checked to Siddiqui on the river and he bet half his stack, showing the bluff when his opponents both folded.
A few hands later, he called Alexander Timokhin's shove with another king-queen, the . Siddiqui got there on an board to send the Russian to the rail.