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The High Stakes Rail – 12/13/09-12/19/09


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This week seemed to be a break in the monstrous pots that we’ve become accustomed to. With the largest pot at $200,000, Isildur1’s dropping down to the $300/$600 Pot-Limit Omaha tables this week was definitely felt. The big winner this week was Brian Townsend taking down huge hands in Pot-Limit Omaha. However, he was not the recipient nor was he involved in this week’s largest hand.

The largest hand this week was between DjAdi and durrrr on a $500/$1000 No Limit Hold ‘Em on Full Tilt Poker. On the button, DjAdi raised to $3,000 with 9d8c and durrrr called with Js7s. The 9s8h8s flop was huge for DjAdi giving him a full house, eights full of nines. The flop gave durrrr a gut-shot straight flush draw, and a flush would cripple him for sure. Durrrr check-raised DjAdi to $14,800 and DjAdi three-bet to $28,500. On a semi-bluff, durrrr went all-in for DjAdi’s $97,000 stack, but DjAdi had the third nuts and was not going to fold. Neither the turn nor river were a Ts and DjAdi won the $200,000 pot.

The rest of this week’s hands were all played at Full crypto gambling $300/$600 Pot-Limit Omaha tables. On the button, Brian Townsend raised to $1,800 with QdQc6h2c and Isildur1 three-bet to $5,400 with QsJc9d7d. Brian Townsend called and saw the Qh5s4s flop give him a set of queens. Isildur1 bet $7,200 with his pair of queens and Townsend raised to $21,000 with his monster to which Isildur1 called. The Jd on the turn gave Isildur1 top two-pair. Unfortunately, he was still behind Townsend’s set of queens. Isildur1 check-raised his $72,390.50 stack all-in and Townsend called. The Tc missed Isildur1 and Townsend raked in the $197,581 pot.

In another pot between the two high-stakes players, Isildur1 raised on the button to $1,800 to which Townsend three-bet to $5,400 with AdKhJdTh and Isildur1 called. The JcAh6h flop was huge for Townsend giving him top two-pair and the nut flush draw. He bet $6,800 and Isildur1 called. The 2s was a blank and both players checked. The Qh gave Townsend the nut flush, but Townsend chose to be tricky and check-raise Isildur1’s $21,600 bet with a shove worth $83,094.50. Isildur1 called and saw the bad news. He mucked and Townsend brought in another huge pot worth $190,589

Townsend and Isildur1 produced another huge pot when Townsend was dealt AhAd9s6h on the button and Isildur1 held another huge hand, KhKd8d6d. Townsend raised to $1,800 and Isildur1 raised to $5,400. Three raises later and the stacks were all-in. The pot was worth $186,150. Unfortunately for Isildur1, the Jd7sJs9hQh board totally missed him and Townsend took in the pot.

This week was a little less exciting than previous weeks with Isildur1 going down a level to the $300/$600 Pot-Limit Omaha tables. Will he move back up to the $500/$1000 tables this week? Will he turn his luck around any time soon? FlopTurnRiver will keep you posted next week with another installment of the High Stakes Rail.

Wilmer Brennan
Wilmer Brennan
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