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We got to the table with Jesse Yaginuma facing a raise from the player in the small blind after Yaginuma had raised from the button. Yaginuma made it 4,175 to go and the player in the small blind called. Both players would check the flop and Yaginuma would bet 2,250 on the turn after it was checked to him. His opponent called and both players would check the river.
Yaginuma's opponent showed and Yaginuma mucked. Despite the hit, he's still sitting with a very healthy stack of 28,000.
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With 900 in the pot and the board showing , Shannon Shorr made a bet of 575. His opponent, bobbing his head in rhythm to music, made the call. The river was the and this time Shorr led out for 1,600.
His opponent's head continued bouncing and he casually tossed the rest of his chips into the middle as if he didn't have a care in the world for a total of 3,175. Shorr thought for a few seconds and made the call. His opponent sat there for a moment, oblivious, and then seeming surprised that Shorr had called turned over for ace high. Shorr had flopped the nut straight with and his straight was still good.
As Shorr was stacking chips, his now eliminated opponent walked out of the tournament room, his head still bobbing side to side, almost as if he were one of the Butabi brothers from Night at the Roxbury.