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Nicki Jedlicka takes home $400k pot VS Patrik Antonius

Tags: durrrr, full tilt poker, high stakes, Kaibuxxe, Nicki Jedlicka, patrik antonius.
Posted on 28 July 2009 by "T".

Last Friday we wrote about Nicki "Kaibuxxe" Jedlicka from Austria who won many million dollars online back in 2007, but then lost most of his bankroll to Phil Ivey and other pros. After that, Nicki Jedlicka disappeared from the high stakes scene and not until a few weeks ago he started showing up on the highest tables at Full Tilt poker. He started off by winning around $1 million in just 24 hours, most of it from Tom "Durrrr" Dwan, the American high stakes pro. That win truly whetted his appetite for playing more high stakes poker. Last Sunday Jedlicka took on Patrik Antonius and played the poker of his life. It was in this session, Jedlicka won one of his biggest pots ever - $409,481.

Blinds $300/$600 - Pot Limit Omaha / Full Tilt poker

This is how the hand was played out.

Antoinus posts big blind & Nicki Jedlicka posts the small blind.

Jedlicka is first to act and he bets $2000, Antoinus raise to $6,200. Jedlicka then re-raise to $18,800 and Patrik Antonius throws in $56,600 which Jedlicka calls. The pot is now $113,400 when the FLOP JHeart9Diamond3Diamond lands on the table. Antonius bets the pot and Jedlicka thinks for a while before he puts Antonius all-in for his last $34,641. The pot is now $409,481.

Nicki Jedlicka shows 10Diamond8SpadeJSpade7Heart for top pairs and a straight draw.
Patrik Antonius shows 3HeartADiamondAHeart2Spade for a pair of Aces

TURN shows a QHeart and now Antonius has a flush draw as well, but unfortuntely for him, Jedlicka hit his straight and now Antonius needs to make his flush in order to take home the pot.

RIVER shows a 10Club and Jedlicka takes home the $409,481 pot with a straight versus Antonius pair of aces.

 


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12 comments on "Nicki Jedlicka takes home $400k pot VS Patrik Antonius"


 GeneYuss28/07/2009 11:13:14 GMT
A lot of luck in omaha. Jedlicka hit that flop pretty hard, so many cards to hit a straight he had to push on the flop. His biggest pot is $563k.
 KingEraiser28/07/2009 15:17:25 GMT
omg.....i think thats not real money...i think they play with playmoney chips...how can you risk on this flop so many money like antonius do!!! omg thats riDONKilous.... i dont unerstand this...thats play money chips or they have LOTS OF MILLIONS on their account
 watoba28/07/2009 21:15:30 GMT
thats what realy a nice pot but how can antonius play that by omaha to many cards can beat him
 dianakyra28/07/2009 21:28:31 GMT
It isnt NL holdem Aces isnt that big favourite in omaha
 PokerJosh29/07/2009 11:24:06 GMT
Nice, but it's kind of crank to play with so much money online... I think I would rather go into a casino to play with such high stacks. But nice Pot xD
 Raggamann29/07/2009 15:45:28 GMT
antonius has made a lot of money in plo, i guess he knows what he is doing, jedlicka btw. was one of last years biggest losers in the highstakes on full tilt
 michal012329/07/2009 17:39:00 GMT
so what... ? 400k is so big pot for them ? There was manyh bigger pots than this one i think Smile
 B1gfoot29/07/2009 18:24:56 GMT
PA deserves more credit.
 shokaku29/07/2009 18:35:54 GMT
Posted by B1gfoot:
PA deserves more credit.

If he wants more credit, he should win that damned durrrr challenge thing.

In this hand there was not much he could do. Stacks low compared to the pot at the flop. So it was an auto stackoff.
 B1gfoot29/07/2009 18:44:58 GMT
Posted by shokaku:
Posted by B1gfoot:
PA deserves more credit.

If he wants more credit, he should win that damned durrrr challenge thing.

In this hand there was not much he could do. Stacks low compared to the pot at the flop. So it was an auto stackoff.

Its on his "to do " list. Smile
I guss not.
 SuperNoob29/07/2009 20:33:55 GMT
Nicki Jedlicka 's on a roll now after losing so much last year. we surely gonna see him for some time on highstakes tables on fulltilt now.
 Fakiry29/07/2009 22:44:37 GMT
It was a very interesting flop and it would be funny to see how would both act if they weren't already all-in. Analysing the pre-flop movements, Antonius action is more understandable than Jedlicka, who played bluffy and too confident. But comunity cards gave victory to Jedlicka and now both durrr and Antonius must be willing o a chance for revenge of the twenty-year-old pro.

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