2021 World Series of Poker
$10,000 Main Event

Ace-high Good for Wong

• Nível 8: 400-800, 100 ante

Hong Kong’s Ken Wong is making a spirited attempt to recreate or better his 2012 Aussie Millions runner-up finish. Wong returned for Day 2 with exactly the same amount he began play with yesterday – 30,000 – though he has just padded this out courtesy of Kan Lin.

Preflop Wong opened the action from early position with a raise to 1,700 with Lin calling the small blind and Ryan Pignatelli calling from the big blind.

Both blinds check the monochrome {6-Diamonds}{2-Diamonds}{8-Diamonds} flop over to Wong who continuation bet 2,000. Kan called and Pignatelli folded to take action heads-up to the {8-Clubs} turn.

Now Kan led out for 5,000, Wong shot him a suspicious glance before mulling over his options and deciding to call and it was off to the {6-Clubs} river, which double-paired the board.

Kan now fired out a bet of 8,000 sending Wong deep into the think tank. Eventually, Wong counted out the call and tossed it into the middle and Kan turned over {k-Diamonds}{q-Hearts} for king-high, which was trailing to Wong’s {a-Clubs}{q-Diamonds}.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
Ken Wong cn
Ken Wong
cn 62,000 62,000
Kan Lin AU
Kan Lin
AU 16,000 -16,000

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