After 13,000 played hands Patrik Antonius had taken a big lead with almost 500,000 US dollars ahead of his opponent Tom Dwan. Now, 556 hands later, the lead is "only" $391,704 for Antonius. But if Tom Dwan can win almost $100,000 in just an hour, he can probably take back his big loss in just a few sessions?
Two of the most interesting hands played between Patrik Antonius and Tom Dwan from the last 556 hands played.
Antonius raise to $1,200, Dwan reraised to $3,600. Antonius then reraised again to $6,000 which Dwan called.
Dwan was first out to act and he checked. Antonius bets $10,000 and Dwan then raise to $42,000. Antonius then made it $74,000, trying to set Dwan all-in for his last $23,199. Dwan throws in his last money and both of them are now all-in.
Dwan shows QQ96 for a pair of queens with flush draw
Antonius shows K875 for 2 pair.
TURN comes 4, river 9. Antonius takes home the pot with his 2 pair.
Dwan has AA103 and opens with a raise of $3,600. Antonius calls.
FLOP COMES J76 - Dwan bets $4,800 with his overpair and nut flush draw. Antonius calls straight away.
TURN 9 - Dwan checks and Antonius bets $14,400 which Dwan calls after a moment of thinking.
RIVER k - Dwan gets the nut flush and bets $37,200. Antonius thinks for a long time before he decides to call. Dwan takes home the pot of $120,000 and Antonius mucks his hand.