Event #48: $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em

Chino Losses A Chunk


We missed the preflop action, but as we came to the table, Chino Rheem was deciding whether to call the all in move of his opponent, Michael Michnik, on a flop of {9-Spades}{4-Clubs}{10-Hearts}. There was about 10,000 in the pot, and the all in was for 20,000. Rheem cut out the chips for a call, then began talking to himself, saying "I can't beat much..just like 87 or J8." He shuffled his chips, then continued to talk. "I genuinely think you have me, and I think you're going to win. I just can't let it go for some reason." Despite saying that he thought he was beat, he eventually slid in the stack of chips to make the call.

Michnik: {9-Diamonds}{4-Diamonds}
Rheem: {j-Spades}{9-Hearts}

Rheem was right in that he had been outflopped, but he had counterfeit outs as well as a jack for a better two pair. However, that didn't last long, as the {4-Spades} hit the turn. The river brought the {7-Spades}, and Rheem dropped about 20,000 off of his stack coming back from dinner.

Spieler Chips Fortschritt
Chino Rheem us
Chino Rheem
us 125,000 -25,000

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