Andrew Barber was once our big stack, but he's dropped all the way back to the starting stack of 30,000. On this hand, Barber was in action with one opponent on the flop. Barber was in position and bet after his opponent checked. The player made the call.
The turn was the and both players checked to see the fall on the river. Action checked to Barber again and he bet. His opponent put in a cheaky check-raise and Barber called.
The player showed the for trip sevens and that beat Barber's .