Event 17: $10,000 Pot-Limit Hold'em

Guinther Doubles Courtesy of Landfish

2011 was a great World Series of Poker (WSOP) for Steve Landfish as he accrued over $300,000 with two final table appearances in the $10,000 Limit Hold'em Championship and the $10,000 Seven Card Stud Championship. He was our chip leader until he ran into a brick wall called James Guinther. But despite the loss Landfish is still in a great position.

James Guinther raised to 1,200 in first position and the action folded around to Steve Landfish in the small blind who three-bet to 4,100. The big blind folded, Guinther made the call and we were at the flop in no time.

Flop: {K-Hearts} {9-Diamonds} {7-Hearts}

Landfish bet 7,500 and Guinther made the call.

Turn: {5-Diamonds}

Landfish bet 12,550 and Guinther moved all-in for 27,250. Landfish made a crying call and was way behind when the cards were over-turned.

Guinther{K-Clubs} {9-Clubs}
Landfish{10-Spades} {10-Diamonds}

River: {3-Clubs}

So Guinther doubled up to 65,000 and Landfish was cut down to 115,000.

Steve Landfish us 115,000
James Guinther 65,000

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