Jonathan Little reported that he ran his stack up to 110,000 by stealing and then dwindled to 70,000 by not stealing. Little was then all in with versus and held after a flop to finish on 134,000 at the break.
Little opened to 8,000 just after the break and got one caller in the cut-off. They saw a flop of with neither player wagering chips so the dealer put out the turn card . This time Little check-called a bet of 13,000, whereupon his opponent remarked, “You can write more hands for your book.”
The river card was the . No chips went forward and Little turned over for the nut flush. Perhaps that one will make his next book after all.