Hand #113: Tony Sinishtaj Doubles with a Runner-Runner Flush to Crack Dan Colman's Aces

Apr 5, 2017

Tony Sinishtaj

Dan Colman raises from the button to 425,000, and Tony Sinishtaj (pictured) calls from the big blind.

The flop comes Spade 8Diamond 6Heart 2, Sinishtaj bets 550,000, Colman raises to 1,500,000, and Sinishtaj moves all in for 8,275,000. Colman goes into the tank, visibly conflicted as he leans back in his chair, then leans forward to put his face in his hands for a moment.

Tony Sinishtaj

Colman tanks for more than a full minute before he rechecks his cards and asks for an exact count. Colman goes back into the tank, standing up this time.

After a total of about three-and-a-half minutes, Colman calls with Spade AHeart A. Sinishtaj turns over Diamond KDiamond 8 for a pair of eights, and needs to improve to stay alive.

The turn card is the Diamond 10, giving Sinishtaj additional outs to a diamond flush draw.

The river card is the Diamond A — Colman rivers a set of aces, but it’s no good as Sinishtaj makes a king-high diamond flush to win the pot and double up in chips.

Seat 1.  Tony Sinishtaj  –  17,625,000
Seat 2.  Darryll Fish  –  9,375,000
Seat 3.  Dan Colman  –  525,000
Seat 6.  Robert Mizrachi  –  8,650,000

Tony Sinishtaj

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