Sunday, June 20, 2010

Nut Nut

$300 + $50 Omaha H/L

Neil Levine (Norristown, PA) has been short stacked for the last few levels, but picks up new life when he turns the nut-nut. Levine's K 2 3 5♣ turns the high and low nuts on a board of
Q 5 7 .

His opponent flops top two and needs to pair the board
to win the high part of the hand, but when the 6♠ hits the river Levin scoops the pot taking his stack back to 7,500.

The clear chip leader is Walter Soho (Long Island, NY) who has 37k. "Fast and steady," he says, while one player chimes in, "he's hitting boat after boat after boat." Soho smiles and responds, "yup."

80 players remain as Level 10 (400/800) continues.

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