$540+$60 Deep Stack NLH
Level 10: 500/1000/1000 BB Ante
Day 1E Entries: 724
If you are in the Signature room for the overflow of flight 1E, table 37 is the place to be.
“I’m a fish!” declared seven. “I made an open ended straight draw on the turn, called it off, made a straight!”
Cathy Dever in the 1 seat helpfully offered to make a bet on when all his chips would be gone.
However, if seat seven really was a “fish”, he had company – Anthony “The Fish” Conti himself in seat 9 – and Anthony wanted to get involved.
First though, he had to quadruple up with against his fellow “fish,” reshoving with only 7800 left. The runout made the kings sing by boating him up on a king high board, and Conti resucked out against his adversary in the 7 hole’s turned flush when the deuce paired the river.
Now armed with enough to be trouble, Anthony took a squeeze spot against seat 7’s 2500 open, but only the sandwiched player folded – his fellow “fish” made the call.
A hard to hit was dealt, and the action went check check in the three bet pot. The turn was the , and this time Conti found a delayed continuation bet.
Seat 7 wasn’t thrilled with it. “If I call can we check it down?”
Conti emphatically refused, mocking being scared. Seat 7 was suspicious – he turned out to be right – making the call against Anthony.
The river came the , a very dangerous card with all the overcards that might play the flop and turn this way. Seat 7 checked, and Conti showed him the .
No pair, no draw, but at least one of the fish got there, making a hand he couldn’t bet.
Conti is now getting very healthy with nearly 100,000, and his opponent in seven is still strong with about 75,000.