Scott Seiver Has Multiple Pair
Level 1: 50-100, ante
With the board reading J95 and over 5,000 already in the pot Scott Seiver bets 3,800 out of the small blind, a player calls in middle position, and Kirk Morrison folds from the cutoff.
Kirk Morrison, Scott Seiver, Bellagio, Doyle Brunson Five Diamond World Poker Classic, Tournaments, Season IX
The turn brings the 8 and Seiver slides out a gray 5,000 chip and announces a bet of 2,200. His opponent calls, leaving around 12,000 behind. The river is the 5 and Seiver bets 7,800, leaving around 12,000 behind.
The other player deliberates a minute before folding and Seiver takes the pot. He is now up to 37,500.
As the next hand is playing out, Morrison asks Seiver, "Did you have a pair?"
"No," Seiver responds.
"Liar," Morrison fires back with a smile.
"There were two fives on the board, so you had a pair."
"You asked if I had *a* pair. I didn't have a pair. I had multiple pairs," Seiver explains with a laugh.
01:43 PM, 12/03/10