Event #17: $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em
Days:
123

DeWitt Puts Trickett To The Ultimate Decision

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Jason DeWitt limped the button before Sam Trickett popped it up to 460,000. DeWitt made the call and the flop brought {A-Spades}{J-Hearts}{2-Clubs}.

Trickett was first to act and he bet out 375,000. DeWitt made the call. The turn card was the {J-Diamonds} and Trickett took his time to check it over to DeWitt who, rather surprisingly, made a quick bet of 500,000. Trickett made the call.

The river was the {Q-Clubs} and Trickett checked it over to DeWitt who asked for a count of his opponent's stack before moving all in. Could this be it? Trickett was put to a decision for his tournament life, and understandably he thought long and hard.

The crowd that was still 30-40 people strong on the rail went into deep silence as Trickett stood from his chair and contemplated his decision.

He eventually made a reluctant fold, as the calls of "good fold, good fold" came from his entourage on the rail.

DeWitt - 9.7 million
Trickett - 2.18 million