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Lemaire Paid Off With Baby Flush
Level 2: 75-150, ante
Hugo Lemaire, the man who finished as runner-up in the WPT Grand Prix de Paris Main Event is in the house and is sat over on Table 26, where he is already making a nuisance of himself.
Lemaire is first to act under the gun and he raises to 300. To his direct left is Ali Bayrak and he calls and the only other player to come along for the ride is Jerome Brion in the small blind seat. The dealer gets busy putting out the flop, which reads A 10 7 , Brion checks, Lemaire makes a continuation bet of 600, which give Bayrak something to think about. He pauses for several moments, re-checks his hole cards and flicks them towards the dealer. However, Brion calls and it heads up to the turn.
The turn is the J , Brion quickly checks and Lemaire checks behind without much hesitation. The river is the 2 and again Brion checks to his opponent. Lemaire pauses for less than ten seconds before betting 1,500. Brion sighs then makes the call, except he does so with a red 1,000 chip and a green 25 chip instead of a blue one worth 500. Once he corrects this Lemaire shows him 7 5 for a rivered flush, enough to beat Brion who folds
01:55 PM, 11/01/11