Clayton Jiang has battled back to even after making a big river bet.
Casey Carroll checked the flop and Jiang bet and called when Carroll raised to 7,000.
The turn was the and both players checked. The river was another king, the , and Carroll checked. Jiang bet 23,000 and Carroll thought for about a minute before calling with queen-high. He was good against the counterfeited pair of threes that Jiang had.
Over the next few hands, Jiang pulled almost back to even, winning four hands in a row. First, Jiang shoved all in and Carroll folded. Then, Carroll opened to 4,000 and Jiang shoved for 22,000. Carroll folded.
The next hand was a walk, then Carroll opened to 4,000 and Jiang called. The flop came and both players checked. The turn was the and Jiang checked. Carroll bet 3,500, and Jiang called. The river was the and Jiang checked. Carroll bet 7,500 after taking 30 seconds to bet. Jiang shoved all in and Carroll folded.
Finally, Carroll three-bet shoved the next hand when Jiang opened to 4,500 and won a hand to stop Jiang's winning streak.