Did the Four of Diamonds Help Burke?

Level 12: 2,000/3,000 (3,000)
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There was around 35,000 in the pot with the A95 on the board after the flop when a raising war took place between Giovanni Palella and Richard Burke.

Palella check-raised Nobel’s 10,000 bet to 35,000. Burke went into the tank for about two minutes before he jammed for 80,000. Palella paused for a few moments before he folded.

Burke looked back down at his cards and opted to show the 4. If he had another diamond, he had a flush draw. Otherwise, this card represented complete air. Either way, Burke earned the pot and chipped up during the penultimate level of Day 1d.

Giovanni Palella – 170,000
Richard Burke – 150,000

Giovanni Palella & Richard Burke

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