$25,000 High Roller

The Bad Beat of Bad Beats for Schwartz

[user20283] • Level 3: 150-300, 25 ante

In a blind battle we picked up the action with the flop showing {9-Clubs}{6-Spades}{9-Diamonds} when Noah Schwartz bet 11,700 from the small blind. Ole Schemion, in the big blind, made the call and on the turn the {8-Hearts} hit.

Schwartz paused before moving all in on the turn, and Schemion called right away to risk his whole stack.

Schemion: {K-Diamonds}{K-Spades}
Schwartz: {A-Clubs}{A-Diamonds}

The river was the {K-Hearts}, giving Schemion a winning set of kings, and Schwartz jumped out of his chair in disgust. Schwartz paced around for a bit before Jeff Rossiter called him over, as he had 11,000 chips left to play with.

Schwartz took a big hit and Schemion's off to a good start here on Day 1 of the High Roller.

Ole Schemion de 83,000 33,000
Noah Schwartz us 11,000 -39,000

Tags: Jeff RossiterNoah SchwartzOle Schemion