Tall Stakes Poker S8 E8: Find Out Which Player Went Broke & Quit the overall game

Tom Dwan

Wednesday’s latest “High Stakes Poker episode on PokerGO ended up being an extension associated with the final week’s game, that has been played $200/$400/$800 w/ an $800 ante through the 3rd blind.

The episode began with six players inside their seats while Tom Dwan ended up being sitting down. Here’s just how things build up towards the top of the broadcast:

Player Stack
Rick Salomon $606,000
Jean-Robert Bellande $489,100
John Andress $298,000
Sean Perry $271,600
Damien Leforbes $157,800
Michael Schwimer $75,700

Leforbes vs. Schwimer – No Apologies for Running Good

Damien Leforbes

In the very first hand associated with the brand new episode, Damien Leforbes raised to $2,500 from center place aided by the {7-Diamonds}{7-Clubs} plus the ever-aggressive Michael Schwimer three-bet to $9,000 through the cutoff keeping the {k-Spades}{8-Clubs}. Action folded back once again to Leforbes in which he called to begin to see the {8-Spades}{8-Diamonds}{5-Spades} flop, which provided Schwimer journey eights.

Leforbes check-called a bet of $6,000 after which check-called certainly one of $15,000 on {the {4-Clubs}|the* that is(} turn. {The {7-Hearts}|The* that is(} river was gin for Leforbes, whom examined their complete household. Schwimer bet $24,000, which left him simply $21,000 behind, and Leforbes check-raised all in.

“Did you will get happy as shit on me personally?” a seemingly-frustrated Schwimer asked before calling down and discovering the news that is bad

“I will not apologize for running good,” said Leforbes as he pulled in the $153,400 pot.

Dwan vs. Schwimer – “I’m in Pretty Good Shape”

Tom Dwan

After reloading to $100,000, Schwimer raised to $3,000 from the hijack and Dwan, who had returned to the game, three-bet to $13,000 from the small blind. Schwimer called, the flop fell {4-Spades}{5-Clubs}{2-Hearts}. Dwan continued for $14,000 and Schwimer, who flopped top two pair, just called to see the {a-Hearts} turn.

Dwan made pair that is top nevertheless examined, and Schwimer used suit. On {the {j-Spades}|the* that is(} river, Dwan bet $25,000 and Schwimer leaned back in his chair while letting out a big sigh before saying, “All in.”

It was $73,000 total and Dwan hit the tank.

“Didn’t snap-call, I’m in pretty shape that is good” Schwimer stated. Dwan thought long and difficult before having to pay it well, and simply that way Schwimer doubled straight back by claiming the $200,800 cooking pot.

Sean Perry vs. Jean-Robert Bellande – JRB sets Himself in Hot Water

Sean Perry

Dwan launched for $2,500 with {the {a-Diamonds}{6-Diamonds}|the* that is(} and Sean Perry looked down at the {a-Spades}{a-Hearts} next to act. He three-bet to $8,000 and then Jean-Robert Bellande, who had lost a six-figure pot to Dwan the hand prior, four-bet to $30,000 out of the blind that is small the {10-Diamonds}{8-Diamonds}.

Dwan folded and Perry, the son of poker pro Ralph Perry, paused for a couple beats before five-betting to $70,000. Bellande asked simply how much his opponent had behind, that has been $246,000, and Bellande opted to call.

He Flopped pair that is top the {10-Spades}{5-Diamonds}{7-Hearts} flop and checked it over to Perry, who bet $40,000 into the pot of $144,100. Bellande called and then check-called a bet of $70,000 when the {9-Clubs} turn gave him an open-ended draw that is straight.

After the {7-Diamonds} paired the board regarding the river, Bellande examined for the time that is third Perry moved all in for his last $136,000. Bellande asked for a count and realized he had the bigger stack, albeit by a margin that is slim of18,000. Ultimately, Bellande called simply to see their opponent dining table items.

With that, Perry doubled in a juicy pot well worth $637,700.

Bryn Kenney vs. Sean Perry – Nine High, in contrast to a Boss

Bryn Kenney takes a seat in High Stakes Poker.

After Rick Salomon left the overall game, a brand new player joined up with the overall game in Bryn Kenney, who purchased in with a stack that is massive. Here’s how this stacked up at that point in time:

Player Stack
Bryn Kenney $836,900
Sean Perry $635,300
Tom Dwan $429,800
Michael Schwimmer $367,000
John Andress $223,800
Damien Leforbes $209,900
Jean-Robert Bellande $151,000

In his first hand of this episode, Kenney raised to $4,000 from the cutoff with the {9-Diamonds}{5-Diamonds} and Perry called from the big blind with the {8-Clubs}{7-Clubs}. {The {2-Clubs}{8-Spades}{8-Hearts}|The* that is(} flop offered Perry journey eights in which he check-called a bet of $10,000.

Perry examined once again on {the {7-Spades}|the* that is(} turn, which gave him a full house, and Kenney continued to bluff by firing out $23,000. Perry just called and then checked yet again on {the {q-Spades}|the* that is(} river. Kenney took the bait and triple-barreled it with a bet of $64,000, but had to fold whenever Perry finally woke up aided by the check-raise to $219,000. Kenney took an hit that is early Perry collected another big pot, this one worth $359,8000.

Michael Schwimmer vs. Bryn Kenney – One Will Quit the Game

Michael Schwimer

In the hand that is penultimate of episode, John Andress had the $1,600 straddle on and both Dwan and Bellande called, the previous beneath the weapon together with latter regarding the switch. Schwimer then raised to $4,000 because of the {k-Clubs}{5-Clubs} within the tiny blind and Kenney called through the big because of the {4-Hearts}{4-Clubs}. Most of the aforementioned players called plus it ended up being action that is five-way the {2-Spades}{4-Diamonds}{k-Spades} flop.

Schwimer continued for $15,000 with top pair and Kenney raised to $52,000 with his set. Andress folded, Dwan gave up his draw that is flush Bellande got taken care of. Schwimer called and {the {a-Hearts}|the* that is(} turn gave him a wheel draw, which he checked.

Kenney bet $71,000, Schwimer called, and {the {5-Diamonds}|the* that is(} finished the board regarding the river. Schwimer enhanced to two pair but examined to Kenney, whom bet $165,000. Schwimer snap-called down their stack then cut loose some expletives upon seeing Kenney had the hand that is best to win the $597,200 pot.

“Alright, that was fun boys,” Schwimer told the table before giving up his seat in the game.

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