WSOP 2022 Hands of the Week: Stout folds straight flush, a Royal on the 2nd hand of the Main Event

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Straight Flush for Eveslage

Chad Eveslage
Chad Eveslage

On day 3 of Event #26: $10,000 Limit Hold’em Championshipit was level 18 (10,000-20,000) when Chad Eveslage was out of position in a head-to-head pot against Matt Woodward on a plate of {j-Hearts}{2-Clubs}{4-Clubs}{6-Clubs}.

Eveslage bets on the turn and Woodward calls. Eveslage again bet on the {q-hearts} River and Woodward took about a minute before calling. Eveslage flipped a monster with {5-Clubs}{3-Clubs} for a straight flush.

“It’s rather good!” said Joey Couden.

“Did you see what I had?” asked an excited Eveslage as the table laughed. Eveslage then finished sixth in the tournament for $44,194.

Straight Flush vs. Ace-High Flush

On Day 1 of Event #5: $500 The Housewarming No-Limit Hold’em, it was level 10 (1,000/2,500/2,500) when a wild runout occurred in the orange section of the Bally Ballroom. The action was picked up on a flop of {5-Hearts}{9-Hearts}{2-Hearts} when Ryan Conner bet 4,000 and short-stack Tyler Chabolla makes the call.

On the {10-Hearts} turn Conner bet enough to put Chabolla all-in and at risk for his remaining 9,500. Chabolla follows fairly quickly and the cards are on their backs.

Ryan Conner: {a-Hearts}{7-Clubs}
Tyler Chabolla: {q-hearts}{8-Hearts}

Chabolla flopped a flush to the queen but was beaten on a turned heart by Conner’s nut flush.

The turn gave Chabolla hope with one out now for a straight flush.

“At least I don’t draw dead,” laughs Chabolla.

The miracle {j-Hearts} hit the river blasting the table with laughter and doubling down Chabolla with his straight flush.

Julien Martini
Julien Martini

Day 1 of Event #19: $25,000 Pot-Limit Omaha High Rollerit was level 9 (1000/2000/2000) when Eelis Parssinen raised and received a 3-bet by Julien Martini in the big blind. Only two of them remained on the {k-Spike}{9-Spades}{6-Clubs} flop on which Martini bet the pot and Pärssinen called. The {6-Hearts} tour went to check, check and Martini checked the {10-Spades} on the river.

Pärssinen now bet the pot to 126,000 and that covered Martini’s remaining stack of around 113,000 and the French tank called all-in.

“Straight flush,” announced Pärssinen and rolled on the {q-Spike}{j-Spike}{10-Diamonds}{8-Clubs}. Martini exhibited his {k-Hearts}{j-Hearts}{q-hearts}{X-} briefly and headed for the rail.

Click here to see which Martini bracelet won later in the series!

Royal flush for Daly

Jason Daly
Jason Daly

On day 3 of Event #32: $1,500 HORSEit was limit hold’em at level 32 (150,000/300,000) when Jason Dalywho was the first to act, opened and Richard Bay re-raise. Daly re-raised and Bai called.

The flop came {8-Diamonds}{a-Hearts}{k-Spike} and Bai called another bet from Daly. Around {10-Spades}Daly bet again and Bai raised to put Daly all-in.

Jason Daly: {a-Spade}{q-Spike}
Richard Bay: {a-Clubs}{q-hearts}

Both players had the same hand, but the river {j-Spike} gave Daly a royal flush! He took a picture of the board and also of the pot. Daly then finished the tournament in third place for $85,943.

Stout correctly folds a straight flush

matt stout
matt stout

Day 2 of Event #45: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha 8-Handedit was level 20 (10,000/15,000/15,000) when matt stout made a sick fold and relayed the hand history to PokerNews.

The player under the gun made 25,000 and was called by the player to his left, the hijack, the button and Stout from the big blind.

The action ticked until {q-Clubs}{9-Diamonds}{7-Diamonds}{8-Diamonds}{a-Spade} river and Stout led for 100,000.

He folded to the hijack which raised to 300,000. The button then moved all in for 800,000 effectives. folded stout {6-Diamonds}{5-Diamonds}{7-Spades}{4-Spades} a straight flush on nine and the diversion followed.

The hijacking turned around {a-Diamonds}{4-Diamonds}{X-}{X-} an ace-high flush but the button contained a {j-Diamonds}{10-Diamonds}{8-Clubs}{7-Hearts} a jack flush.

Stout collapsed soon after, but the upper tier crease kept him from collapsing on the hand.

Schneider Double Up with Straight Flush on Nut Flush

Tom Schneider
WSOP POY 2007Tom Schneider

Day 1a of Event #47: $1,000 Senior Championshiphe was at level 4 (200/400/400) when the action was won as 2007 WSOP Player of the Year Tom Schneider, who was in the cutoff, followed the jam in early/middle position. There was already 24,000 in the pot and the flop had fallen. {9-Hearts}{6-Hearts}{10-Diamonds}. Both had almost identical stacks, with Schneider the player at risk by less than 1,000.

Tom Schneider: {8-Hearts}{5-Hearts}
Opponent: {a-Hearts}{10-Hearts}

The {4-Spades} did not change anything, but the {7-Hearts} gave the opponent the nut flush, but gave Schneider the 9 high straight flush, good enough to break the nut flush and collect the double up.

Romero Rivers Second Hand Royal Flush from WSOP Main Event

Alex Romero
Alex Romero

On day 1b of the 2022 WSOP Main Event, it was only the second hand of the day at level 1 (100/200/200) when Michel Monicatti limped under the gun and Alex Romero raised to 900 from the small blind. Monicatti called.

The flop came {j-Spike}{k-Clubs}{10-Clubs} and Romero continues for 700. Monicatti calls. The bend brought the {a-Diamonds} and Romero checked in front of Monicatti, who bet 1,400. Romero called.

The river was the {j-Clubs}. Romero checked and had the misfortune to pick up a check.

It’s because Romero had {a-Clubs}{q-Clubs} for a royal flush in the second hand of his 2022 Main Event. Monicatti laughed and turned around {a-Spade}{3-Diamonds}badly beaten.

Wang eliminated in stunning fashion

Michael Wang
Michael Wang is interviewed by Jeff Platt.

At the final table of 2022 BetMGM Poker Championship $3,500 Main Eventonly four players remained at level 29 (75,000/150,000/150,000) when Michael Wang opened at 200,000 with {q-hearts}{q-Clubs} and Joey Weisman re-raise to 2,500,000 from the small blind {a-Diamonds}{j-Diamonds}. Wang followed with slightly less when the action fell back on him.

The flop came {7-Clubs}{k-Diamonds}{10-Hearts} to give Weissman extra outings with a belly shot and the {10-Diamonds} on the turn gave him a flush draw to go with it.

Weissman then linked the {q-Diamonds} down the river for a Royal Flush runner-runner to beat Wang’s full queens, dispatching Wang in absolutely brutal fashion.

Wang picked up the pace like a champ and even let out a laugh of disbelief when the dealer pulled the card that condemned him out of the river.

“I feel stunned,” reacted Jamie Kerstetter. “I can’t imagine how he feels coming out. Ugh.”

Wang won $65,856 for finishing the tournament in fourth place, although he would go on to ship his second WSOP gold bracelet a few weeks later.

Click here to see who won the 2022 BetMGM Poker Championship!

Bonus: Straight Flush by Neymar

Even though this hand was not part of the PokerNews live updates, it involved a global superstar and was captured on video by Johan ‘Yoh Viral’ Guilbertso we thought we’d share it here.

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