Event #6: €1,620 Six-Handed Pot-Limit Omaha

Ramdin's a Gambling Man

They say a gambling man will eventually lose it all back to the house. That can't happen but you can still gamble too much and give to other players.

Victor Ramdin opened from the cut-off and called when Jack Ellwood three-bet from the button. The flop fell {6-Spades}{8-Hearts}{k-Clubs} and Ellwood bet the pot (33,000). Ramdin said he felt like gambling with the "Crap" he was holding and set the Brit in for the 15,000 he had behind. Call.

Ellwood: {k-Hearts}{8-Clubs}{10-Spades}{9-Hearts} for top two-pair.
Ramdin: {7-Diamonds}{5-Hearts}{j-Diamonds}{10-Hearts} for an open-ended straight draw and some back door out.

The board ran out {q-Diamonds}{7-Spades} to give Ellwood the winning straight.

Chips Count
Jack Ellwood gb 160,000 63,300
Victor Ramdin us 74,000 -47,500

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