In the final hand of the night, Mark Kroon opened to 1,125 from under the gun. He was called by three players, including Ylon Schwartz. The flop came down , and Kroon threw out a continuation bet of 2,400. Schwartz raised it up to 5,200, which was enough to see the other two players muck their hands. Kroon called, as the fell on the turn. Kroon bet out 13,500 and was called. The completed the board, and Kroon bet out 12,125. Schwartz tanked for a few minutes, before moving all in for over 30,000, which was snap called.
“Boom!” yelled Kroon, tabling his , before jumping up from his chair. “Boom!” he repeated. Kroon was so excited; he could hardly hold it in.
“You don’t have to be such a d*** about it,” said Schwartz, after the completion of the hand.
“I’m just excited to win a hand,” replied Kroon.