Ted Forrest brought it in with a and Phil Hellmuth just called with a . Hellmuth bet on fourth when he caught a , and Forrest called with his . Hellmuth then check-called bets on fifth and sixth before check-folding on seventh.
Phil Hellmuth brought it in with a and then called Ted Forrest's completion with a . Forrest paired up on fourth, but he still called a bet from Hellmuth, who actually paired up on fifth. Forest bet, Hellmuth called, and then Forrest check-called a bet on sixth.
Forrest checked again on seventh, but this time he folded when Hellmuth bet.
Ted Forrest brought it in with an and then called when Phil Hellmuth completed with an . Forrest led out on fourth and then called a raise from Hellmuth. When the "Poker Brat" caught a king on fifth, Forrest fired out a bet and Hellmuth called. That action repeated itself on sixth and then both players checked seventh.
Hellmuth: (x-x) / /
Forrest's 7-6-5-2-A low was good as Hellmuth mucked his cards.
Phil Hellmuth brought it in with a and then called when Ted Forrest completed with a . Forrest then check-called bets on fourth and fifth before leading out on sixth. Hellmuth called and then both players checked seventh.
Hellmuth: (x-x) / /
Forrest wound up with a 9-7-6-3-A low and it was good as Hellmuth mucked.
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Ted Forrest brought it in with a and then called when Phil Hellmuth completed with a . Hellmuth then called a bet from Forrest on fourth and then check-called one on fifth. Hellmuth check-called two more bets on the subsequent streets and discovered the bad news.
Hellmuth made an 8-7-5-4-A low, but it was no good as Forrest made an 8-6-5-4-2 low.