CHECK, BET, SHOVE SEES THE END OF SANCHEZ
Sep 17, 2016
“F%&ker!” said Vinnie Sanchez in a light-hearted tone after he shoved into the nuts on the river.
Alan Kelleher opened from the hijack and called after Sanchez three-bet from the small blind. The flop came and both players checked. Sanchez’s delayed 30,000 c-bet on the turn was called by Kelleher as was his all-in on the river. Kelleher had 142,000 which was just enough to cover Sanchez who opened for two pair. Kelleher opened for Broadway.
“Was that a bad shove?” Sanchez asked neighbour Andy Black.
“I would’ve bet the flop,” came the honest reply.
I guess Fundaro felt the same when he lost the EPT slow playing aces.