Event #85: $3,000 Pot-Limit Omaha 6-Handed

Inasaki Doubles Through Snead

• Level 3: 100-200, 0 ante

There was around 7,000 in the pot on a board of {9-Hearts}{7-Hearts}{q-Clubs}{6-Clubs} and Sam Snead had bet 3,000 from the big blind into Yohei Inasaki, who had raised all in to 13,200 from the hijack.

Snead thought for a bit before saying, "I think I'm beat but I will still call because I'm stupid. I have four hearts in my hand which is not good for me."

Yohei Inasaki: {a-Diamonds}{j-Clubs}{10-Clubs}{9-Clubs}
Sam Snead: {a-Hearts}{q-Hearts}{j-Hearts}{6-Hearts}

Though Snead thought he was behind, he actually found himself ahead with queens up to Inasaki's pair of nines with an open-ended straight draw and flush draw.

The river then fell {7-Clubs}.

"Flush!" Inasaki claimed. Nobody at the table but him realized it until he mentioned it. He secured the double, meanwhile Snead was left on crumbs saying that he was the guy in all the updates - the unnamed opponent that loses every pot.

Yohei Inasaki jp 28,300 28,300
Sam Snead 1,500 1,500

Tags: Sam SneadYohei Inasaki