Following an under the gun raise to 500 Nick Petrangelo and a player in the cutoff made the call taking the action three-way to a flop of .
After the original raiser checked Petrangelo decided to take the initiative and led out for 1,500, which is enough to get both his opponent’s to bow out and he rakes in the pot to pad out his already ample stack to 63,000.
Unfortunately for Petrangelo’s high-rolling tablemate David Peters, he is on the other end of the chip spectrum and looked to be sitting on around 9,000.
Peters opens the action the following hand with a raise to 500 from middle position and picked up a caller in the big blind.
The flop fell bringing a check from the big blind and a bet of 450 from Peters, which his opponent calls once again.
Both players checked the turn before the big blind opened for 700 after the hit the river. Peters thought it over but passed, dropping down to 8,000.