$350+$50+$100 Black Chip Bounty Deep Stack NLH
Level 32: Blinds 80,000/160,000/160,000 BB Ante
Total Entries: 594
Players Remaining: 3
Immediately starting to make good on his promise, he took from both Cayetano and Marasco to return 3.6 million and a chance.
Fully engaged, he made a laydown against a double barrel from Marasco that he did not want to make, when a flush card arrived on . He must have suspected his opponent of underbluffing this card, as he clearly did not want to let his hand go.
Then, right after the turn barrel, he engaged with Marasco again. Marasco snap bet the flop, and Rivkin check called, as before.
However, on the turn, Marasco now checked back, either giving up a bluff or pot controlling a showdown hand.
Rivkin clearly expected no bet on the river, because when Marasco did find a small 300,000 on the , Jason cursed and shook his head.
It seemed to make no sense to Jason, who talked to himself. However, he disbelieved the line, and made the call, splashing in a few chips. His bare six was good against a pure airball from Marasco.
However, nothing is easy. Rivkin open called a three bet from Marasco, who put in an equally puzzling overbet shove. This time Rivkin, seeming to know where his edges lay, let go after plenty of thought.