His first bullet wasn't a success for Ali Reza Fatehi, but he is not planning to play very cautious with his second stack. He just was involved in four hands in a row.
In the first hand, Fatehi raised to 500 from the under the gun position. [Removed:17] made it 1,700 to go and Fatehi called.
He check-called a 1,300 bet on the flop. The turn was the fourth heart with the and this time Fatehi led out for 1,000. Yan made it 5,000 to go and Fatehi gave up.
In the next hand, Nick Petrangelo raised under the gun to 525 and Fatehi defended his big blind. He check-raised Petrangelo's bet of 650 to 1,500 when the flop came down . Petrangelo made the call.
The turn gave the and both checked. The on the river made Fatehi bet 2,500 and that was enough to get rid of Petrangelo, who was moved to another table after that hand.
The following hand, Fatehi raised to 600 from the small blind and [Removed:17] defended his big blind. Fatehi fired 600 when the flop was dealt and Yan called.
The came down on the turn and this time Yan raised a Fatehi's bet from 800 to 4,000. Fatehi called and led on the river for 2,550 when the touched the felt. Yan thought for a minute before tossing his cards in the muck.
It still wasn't enough for Fatehi, who raised it up from the button in the next hand. He made it 400 and Martin Kozlov defended his big blind. This time Fatehi took it down on the flop, after Kozlov check-folded to his 550 bet.