Both John Racener and Ted Lawson have their names etched into the core of World Series of Poker (WSOP) history. Racener, who has already had three cashes this year - including one final table, is a former Main Event runner-up and has over $6 million in WSOP cashes alone. Lawson is a WSOP bracelet holder who loves the game of Pot-Limit Omaha (PLO); in fact his bracelet, earned in 2004, came in a PLO event. Here are the two heroes haranguing each other.
Racener raised to 3,600, in first position, and Lawson made the call from position in the cutoff. The flop was and Racener bet 4,700, Lawson increased the stakes to 24,260 and Racener called. Fourth street brought us the , Racener checked, Lawson moved all-in for 22,000 and Racener folded.