Action began with Allyn Jaffrey Shulman who made it 14,000 before the flop. "Miami" John Cernuto called in position.
The flop came down and Shulman continued with a bet of 20,000. Cernuto called without much thought.
The turn was the and very quickly Shulman announced pot, which ended up being 78,000. Cernuto went deep into the tank and counted his chips multiple times to try to figure out how much he would have behind if he called and lost, as well as how much exactly Shulman had behind, which was 32,000.
He was in the tank for nearly 5 minutes before he finally slid in the chips for a call. The river fell the and Shulman quickly went all in, and Cernuto called.
Shulman tabled which was good for a pair of aces and the nut low. Cernuto showed his for a pair of kings and the same low. With that, Cernuto received just a quarter of the pot and he was cut down while Shulman stacked her newly found chips. That pot pushed Shulman closer to the chip lead and put her inside the top five chip stacks in the room.
|Allyn Jaffrey Shulman||215,000||60,000|