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2022 WSOP Hands of the Week: Stout Folds Straight Flush, a Royal on 2nd Hand of Main Event

2022 WSOP Hands of the Week: Stout Folds Straight Flush, a Royal on 2nd Hand of Main Event

Matt Stout Table Of Contents

Straight Flush for Eveslage

Straight-Flush vs Ace-High Flush

Pärssinen Busts Martini With a Straight Flush

Royal Flush For Daly

Stout Correctly Folds a Straight Flush

Wang Eliminated in Stunning Fashion

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Over the years, we’ve captured memorable hands, many of which have become a part of poker history. In this column, we will bring you some straight flush and Royal Flush hands as reported in the PokerNews Live Updates from the 2022 World Series of Poker (WSOP) .Remember, if you’re playing an event PokerNews is covering, you can get in the updates via the MyStack App . You can download the app for iPhone or Android now to get started. Then, create a new PokerNews account or update your current one to start updating your status immediately. Your followers can see all the live action that you’re involved in. Click here to download the My Stack app for iPhone, or click here to download the My Stack app for Android. Straight Flush for Eveslage Chad Eveslage On Day 3 of Event #26: $10,000 Limit Hold’em Championship , it was Level 18 (10,000-20,000) when Chad Eveslage was out of position in a heads-up pot against Matt Woodward on a board of .Eveslage bet on the turn and Woodward called. Eveslage bet again on the river and Woodward took about a minute before calling. Eveslage turned over a monster with for a straight flush.”That’s pretty good!” said Joey Couden .”Did you see what I had?” asked an excited Eveslage as the table laughed. Eveslage went on to finish sixth in the tournament for $44,194. EAGLE CUP RATTLESNAKE OPEN THE GOAT GRIZZLY GAMES Straight-Flush vs Ace-High Flush On Day 1d of Event #5: $500 The Housewarming No-Limit Hold’em, it was Level 10 (1,000/2,500/2,500) when a wild run-out occurred in the orange section in Bally’s Ballroom. The action was picked up on a flop of when […]

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