2021 World Series of Poker Europe
Event 61: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event

Seelbach Wins Massive Pot Off Jaka

Action started with Jonathan Seelbach raising it to 5,000 in the hijack. Faraz Jaka was next to act in the cutoff, and he raised it up to 12,500. The player on the button made the call, and it folded around to Seelbach, who called as well.

The flop came down {8-Spades}{2-Hearts}{6-Spades}, and Seelbach checked to Jaka, who lit the fuse on the fireworks. He bet 18,000, and the button raised to 45,000. Action was on Seelbach, and he tanked for about 30 seconds before assembling a raise to 90,000, and sticking it in the middle. It was on Jaka now, and he thought for about 30 seconds as well before grabbing some chips. At first it looked like they were calling chips, but he grabbed for more and put in a four bet to 135,000!

The button was clearly pained/confused by this bet, as he shook his head vigorously before folding his hand. It was back to Seelbach, and he took about 10 seconds before announcing all in for about 270,000 total! Jaka folded his hand almost instantly, and a wave of chips was sent Seelbach's way.

After that hand, Seelbach is up to 510,000, while Jaka drops to 200,000.

Играч Чипове Прогрес
510,000 302,300
Faraz Jaka us
Faraz Jaka
us 200,000 110,000

Тагове: Jonathan SeelbachFaraz Jaka