Hands #107-113: Bin Weng's Four-Bet Takes it

May 2, 2023

Hand #107: Bin Weng raises to 650,000 from the button and Isaac Kempton calls from the big blind.

On a flop of Club 5Heart 5Heart 3, Kempton check-folds to a bet of 450,000 from Weng.

Hand #108: Bin Weng raises to 625,000 from the cutoff and Mitch Garshofsky defends from the big blind.

Players see a flop of Heart 3Club 3Club 2 and Garshofsky check-calls a bet of 525,000 from Weng. 

The turn brings the Club 5 and is checked around to the Diamond 8 river. Both players check again. Garshofsky shows Club ASpade J but Weng turns over Spade QDiamond 2 to win the pot with threes and deuces.

Hand #109: Isaac Kempton raises to 600,000 from the button and gets no action.

Hand #110: Bin Weng raises to 650,000 from early position and takes it down.

Hand #111: Rafael Farah Jarufe limps from the small blind and Sridhar Sangannagari checks from the big blind.

The dealer fans a flop of Spade AClub 9Diamond 8 and Jarufe check-calls a bet of 400,000 from Sangannagari.

The turn comes the Diamond 2 and Jarufe checks again. Sangannagari continues with another bet of 1,100,000 that is enough to claim the pot.

Hand #112: Sridhar Sangannagari raises to 750,000 from the small blind and Bin Weng three-bets to 2,800,000 from the big blind. Sangannagari folds.

Hand #113: David Mzareulov opens to 600,000 from the hijack and Rafael Farah Jarufe three-bets to 1,200,000 from the cutoff. Sridhar Sangannagari calls from the button but Bin Weng four-bets to 5,000,000 from the small blind. Mzareulov, Jarufe and Sangannagari gives up their hands.

Mitch Garshofsky – 16,800,000 (56 bb)
Sridhar Sangannagari – 18,500,000 (61 bb)

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