Kim Gap Young called a raise from Grant Levy out of the big blind. Levy had raised from under the gun to 550. The flop came down and Young checked. Levy bet 625 and Young check-raised all in for 6,325. Levy thought for a tiny bit and then called.
The turn was the and river the . Young's jack-high fell to Levy's two pair and he was eliminated here at the 2011 PokerStars.net APPT Macau.
We came to the action at Grant Levy's table with him in a pot and going up against Kim Gap Young with a flop showing .
The players checked to watch as the hit the turn. Young again checked, but this time Levy opted to kick into action, throwing out a half-pot sized bet. It took a few minutes but young eventually made the call and the two players watched the land on the river.
Young again checked and this time Levy would bet 6,750. Young then went deep into the tank. Eventually one of the players called the clock on Young, which prompted him to finally make a decision.
A call from Young would see Levy's land on the felt, enough to send Young's cards into the muck.
Phil Ivey was in action on this hand from the small blind against an opponent in the big blind. We didn't catch the preflop action, but there was about 3,000 chips in the middle on the flop when Ivey checked. His opponent bet 2,200 and Ivey made the call.
The turn was the and Ivey checked. His opponent checked behind and the dealer rolled out the on the river. Ivey checked and his opponent checked. Ivey tabled the for two pair and his opponent angrily mucked his hand.