Jason Pritchard had a deep run in the $10,000 Pot-Limit Hold'em event yesterday. He very nearly reached the money before belong eliminated not far off the bubble. It would have been his first ever World Series of Poker (WSOP) cash. Not to worry though because he has got an even better chance of breaking that duck in this event. Pritchard has a staggering 80,000 chips much in the part to flopping hands like this.
There was an under the gun raise to 450, the cutoff three-bet to 2,000, Pritchard called on the button as did the player in first position. Three-way to the flop and it was full of lovely ladies - . The action checked to the player in the cutoff who bet 1,450 and just Pritchard made the call. Onto fourth street and the . The cutoff bet 2,850 and Pritchard once again made the quick call. The final card was the and this time the cutoff checked. Pritchard bet 5,600 and the cutoff called instantly. Pritchard turned over for quads and the cutoff's hand went into the muck.