Event 23: $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em - Six-Handed

Alexander Nudin Searching For His First WSOP Cash

Alexander Nudin has never cashed in a World Series of Poker (WSOP) event in his short poker career, but the man from Russia looks odds-on to make Event #17 his first. Christopher Polzin has just taken a seat to his immediate right and has just dusted off at least 35,000 chips to him in the past two hands. We missed the first hand but here is the details of the second.

The player in the hijack seat raised to 1,650 before Polzin three-bet to 3,500 in the cutoff. Nudin was seated on the button and he made the call which dragged the hijack into the pot as well.

The three players congregated around a flop of {J-Clubs} {7-Spades} {5-Spades} and Polzin bet 5,550 once checked to. Nudin made the call, the player in the hijack seat folded and that was the end of the action. The turn {6-Diamonds} and river {9-Diamonds} were both checked through and Nudin took the pot with {10-Clubs} {10-Hearts}. Polzin showed down {A-Clubs} {Q-Hearts}.

Alexander Nudin 160,000
Christopher Polzin 90,000 -37,000

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