2022 WSOP Hands of the Week: Yuvee Loses $50K to Pair of Deuces; Ivey Hits Ace from Space

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Yuval Bronshtein On Day 2 of the Event #56: $50,000 Poker Players Championship it was a game of pot-limit Omaha (PLO) in Level 9 (2,000/4,000/4,000) when Yuval Bronshtein raised to 9,000 in the cutoff and Luke Schwartz called on the button. Lyle Berman then announced raise out of the small blind without declaring an amount and first pushed nine yellow T-1,000 chips forward before he attempted to raise it to 30,000 in total.

The floor was called and since the ruling had been changed a few years ago, it was ruled as a forced min-raise to 14,000. That brought David Williams in the big blind along and the calls by Bronshtein and Schwartz followed with Bronshtein joking that this might develop into a huge pot.

On a flop of , Berman bet 60,000 and Williams raised to 240,000 near instantly. “Oh wow, it might really happen,” Bronshtein said and gave it some consideration before he then moved all in. That got rid of Schwartz and Berman before Williams asked for a count.

“It’s around 450k,” Bronshtein said almost […]

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