We arrived at Table 24 to see seat 1, Cameron Tullis, four-bet the player to his left to 550. After some deep thought seat 2 called.
They saw a flop of . Tullis bet out 600 and after a few minutes his opponent made the call.
The turn card was the and Tullis announced he was all in and slid his stack forward. His opponent took a good while to make his decision and in the end he flicked his cards away. Pot to Tullis.
On the next hand, Tullis flicked in some calling chips from early position. No raise and four players saw a flop of . Tullis called a bet of 125 as did one other player, then the three of them checked the turn.
The river was the and when the big blind bet 425, Tullis checked his cards and raised him to 1,100. The button folded and while the big blind shook his head, he too released his cards.
Two in a row for Tullis who sure looks like he has brought his aggressive game today.