It’s commonplace in match poker throughout an all-in pot to start out calling for playing cards to return on the flop. If the participant will get a card or two appropriate, it would normally get a good response from the desk.
At a current poker match in Texas, one participant referred to as all the board as he despatched his opponent packing from the ultimate desk.
With seven gamers left on the last desk of the $400 no-limit maintain’em “Ultimate Monster” occasion throughout the Lone Star Poker Series at Champions Poker Club in Houston, Troy Clogston moved all in on the button with JJ and Don Iyengar referred to as from the massive blind with AJ. Iyengar was the participant in danger with the shorter stack.
Once the playing cards had been on their again, Clogston started predicting what was coming, and it seems he was fairly correct.
“I think the case jack will come, or eight, nine, ten,” mentioned Clogston.
The flop was 1098 and the desk already began to chortle as he nailed his flop prediction.
Clogston then referred to as for the 4 to return on the flip. It did, which acquired a lot of the desk on their ft as they awaited the river.
“What’s coming on the river?” one other participant requested Clogston.
“The two of hearts,” mentioned Clogston.
The vendor put out the river… and it was the two.
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Iyengar pocketed $1,492 for his seventh-place end, whereas Clogston went on to earn a third-place rating of $4,475. Pedro Rios ended up besting the 102-entry discipline for the $9,447 prime prize.