Jorn Walthaus: WSOP Revealed - Alles zit tegen (deel 3)

Jorn Walthaus: WSOP Revealed - Alles zit tegen (deel 3)

Vorige week trapten we de driedelige WSOP Revealed serie met Jorn Walthaus af met de bespreking van twee handen. Deze week las je het tweede deel waarin drie belangrijke handen werden besproken. Walthaus won serieuze handen van Glazier, Tabali en Mortensen.

Jorn kwam enorm ver in het toernooi maar moest uiteindelijk genoegen nemen met een "what could have been" run. Grote potten gingen namelijk met enig ongeluk verloren en die bespreken we in dit laatste deel van de WSOP Revealed serie met Jorn Walthaus.

Hand 6: Tran hit een lucky set

Tran Doubles in Four-Bet Pot
Carlos Mortensen opened to 135,000 in the hijack, and James Alexander called in the cutoff. JC Tran put in a raise to 420,000 on the button, but Jorn Walthaus cranked it up to 945,000 from the big blind. Mortensen and Alexander got out of the way, and Tran called. The flop came {8-Hearts}{6-Hearts}{k-Spades}, and Walthaus bet 655,000. Tran raised to 1,450,000, and Walthaus came back over the top to 2,245,000. Tran immediately moved all in, and Walthaus called.

Tran: {8-Spades}{8-Diamonds}
Walthaus: {a-Diamonds}{a-Hearts}

Tran had outflopped his opponent in a big way, and he just needed to fade an ace and running hearts. The turn and river were the {3-Clubs} and the {q-Diamonds}, securing Tran's double.

chipcount Jorn Walthaustrend
4.540.000-3.975.000

ESPN video



download de mp3 (10:42/10,3mb)




Jorn Walthaus: WSOP Revealed - Alles zit tegen (deel 3) 101

Hand 7: Tran flopt nogal een set

Tran Shows a Set
(40.000-80.000, 10.000 ante)

JC Tran raised to 170,000, and he got callers on the button and the small blind, Jorn Walthaus and Yevgeniy Timoshenko respectively. The flop came a raggedy {4-Diamonds}{9-Clubs}{2-Hearts}, and the first two players checked to Walthaus, who bet 310,000. Tran called, Timoshenko folded. Both players checked the {q-Spades} turn, and Tran bet out 400,000 on the {7-Diamonds} river. Walthaus called.

Tran turned over {4-Spades}{4-Hearts} for a flopped set, and he dragged the pot.

chipcount Jorn Walthaustrend
2.225.000-1.745.000

ESPN video (37:22)



download de mp3 (6:07/5,9mb)




Hand 8: Bust-out en praten over procenten

Jorn Walthaus Eliminated in 26th Place ($285,408) (60.000/120.000, 15.000 ante)
Feature Table

Hand #5: The action folded to Jorn Walthaus, who moved all in for 1.66 million on the button. Steve Gee re-shoved for 2.98 million out of the small blind, and Anton Morgenstern surrendered his big blind.

Walthaus: {a-Diamonds}{9-Hearts}
Gee: {a-Clubs}{k-Diamonds}

Walthaus was in bad shape, and things got worse when the flop fell {k-Clubs}{2-Clubs}{4-Diamonds}. It was all over when the {4-Clubs} turned, and Walthaus officially hit the rail when the {10-Spades} completed the board. Gee now sits with 4.865 million chips.

chipcount Jorn Walthaustrend
0-1.660.000

download de mp3 (3:46/3,6mb)

Comments

Lees 10 reactie(s) op dit artikel

Wat denk jij?
Registreer je om een reactie achter te laten of login met facebook

LEES MEER

Andere Artikelen