|Limits||80,000 / 160,000|
Robert Campbell raised from the small blind and was called by David Bach. Both players drew three on the first draw and Bach led out after the draw. Campbell called and both players took one on the second draw. Bach then checked to Campbell, who put in a bet. Bach called and drew one on the final draw. Campbell stood pat behind him.
On the end, Bach checked again and Campbell fired once more. Bach made the call.
Campbell showed and his eight-perfect took down the pot as Bach mucked.
The two remaining players are now on a 15-minute break. Who will emerge victorious when they return?
The first few hands of heads-up play brought no action past the second draw and Robert Campbell was down by one big bet, but that all but changed in the first major clash.
Campbell raised and David Bach three-bet, which the Aussie called. Campbell took two and Bach one, he bet and Campbell called.
On the second draw, Campbell took two again and Bach settled for one. Bach bet once more and Campbell raised it up, which Bach called.
Both stood pat and Campbell's bet was called to see the Aussie roll over for a wheel.
Robert Campbell opened from the button to 100,000 and Bleznick announced he was all in for 115,000. Campbell made the call. On the first draw, Bleznick took two and Campbell three. Each player then took one card on the second and third draws and it was time to turn the cards up.
Robert Campbell: /
Jared Bleznick: /
Bleznick offered for Campbell to turn his card over and he made a seventy-six, resulting in Bleznick drawing dead with his eighty-seven and sending him to the showers.
Jared Bleznick raised from the button and was called by David Bach in the big blind. Both players drew two and Bach led out with a bet after the draw. Bleznick raised and Bach called, taking the two to a second draw of one and one. Bach then led out again and Bleznick called.
On the final draw, Bach stood pat and Bleznick took one card. Bach bet once more and Bleznick checked his final card before shaking his head and mucking a pair of sevens face up, leaving just 115,000 left behind him.
David Bach raised the small blind and called a three-bet by Jared Bleznick in the big blind. Bleznick took one and Bach took two. Bleznick bet with 20,000 behind and Bach called, Bleznick stood pat and Bach traded two cards once more.
Bleznick's shove was called by Bach and he traded two again.
Bleznick rolled over and had the double locked up already, as Bach only had . The were a mere formality.
Jared Bleznick raised on the button and was three-bet by Robert Campbell in the small blind. David Bach folded and Bleznick called. Campbell drew one and Bleznick three. Campbell then continuation-bet and was called. Second draws went pat and one with Campbell firing again. Bleznick called and the final draw again went pat and one. Campbell checked on the end to Bleznick, who checked back and the hand went to showdown.
Campbell announced a nine-eight and tabled which was met with a mucked hand from Bleznick as he was left with just over two big bets.
Robert Campbell raised the button and both his opponents called. David Bach in the small blind and Jared Bleznick in the big blind took two and Campbell took one, he then bet and received two calls.
Campbell stood pat on the second draw, Bach received two new cards and Bleznick one. Again, Campbell bet once the action checked to him and two calls followed.
Campbell stood pat once more, Bach and Bleznick took one and they checked it down. Eventually, it was Campbell that won the urgently needed pot with an .
A button raise by Robert Campbell was followed by a three-bet by David Bach in the small blind and Campbell called. Campbell took two and Bach one, a bet by Bach resulted in a call from Campbell.
After taking two on the second draw and Bach taking one, the latter bet once more and Campbell called.
The final draw saw both take one new card and Bach bet. Campbell raised and Bach made it three bets. That sent Campbell into the think tank and he eventually called to get shown for a wheel by Bach.
Jared Bleznick opened on the button and was three-bet by David Bach out of the big blind. Each player drew one and Bach made a continuation-bet. Bleznic called and both players stood pat on the second draw. Bach then checked and Bleznick followed suit. On the final draw, Bach took a few seconds and stood pat again, with Bleznick staying pat behind again. Both players then checked to showdown.
Bach tabled and his eighty-seven was good to take down the pot.