Tuesday, June 28, 2016 4:04 AM Local Time
George Danzer Triples Up on a Two-Outer
George Danzer: / /
Justin Bonomo: / /
Randy Ohel: / /
George Danzer is the bring-in with the . Justin Bonomo completes with the , Randy Ohel calls, and Danzer raises, committing almost all of his remaining chips. Bonomo and Ohel call the extra bet.
On fourth street, Bonomo checks, Ohel bets, Danzer calls all in for 30,000, and Bonomo calls the full bet to create a side pot. Bonomo pairs his door card on fifth street and bets, Ohel raises, and Bonomo calls. That action repeats on sixth street when Bonomo shows two pair on board. He bets, Ohel raises again, and Bonomo calls. Both players check seventh street.
Bonomo shows for kings and eights.
Ohel shows for trip threes, scooping the side pot. Bonomo's cards are mucked.
Danzer leans over the table to take a better look. "No low?" he confirms with Ohel, who does not have one. "I have two outs," Danzer says, revealing with his river squeeze pending. He needs to find one of the two remaining aces to win the pot. He puts his face down low next to the felt and begins to peel corners of his last card. "It's a no-spotter," he says hopefully. "Clubs." Danzer looks at the exposed cards on board and notices the is already dead. "It's either the ace or the three," he says. "Fifty-fifty."
What Danzer and the others don't realize is that Bonomo's mucked cards already contain the , so it must be the ace. Sure enough, Danzer completes the squeeze, ripping over the to improve to trip aces.
Danzer (pictured) triples up, Ohel profits from the side pot, and Bonomo gets nothing.
"Well, that's a bad result for me," Bonomo realizes.
George Danzer - 900,000 (4 BB)
Randy Ohel - 4,110,000 (17 BB)
Justin Bonomo - 1,790,000 (7 BB)