Adams Ousts Cornell With Ace-High
Action folded to Tyler Cornell who limped for 30,000 from the cutoff. Timothy Adams was in the small blind and decided to put in a raise to 85,000. Cornell called and both players headed to a 7 of Spade, 5 of Diamonds, 6 of Diamonds, flop.
Adams reached for chips and led with a bet of 45,000. Cornell paused briefly before making the call and watching as the 3 of Spade, hit the turn.
Adams took a moment to ponder his action and eventually came to the decision to jam, putting Cornell to a decision for his whole stack. Cornell checked his cards and didn’t seem to love it but did put his chips in to place himself at risk with one card to come.
Tyler Cornell: J of Diamonds, 9 of Diamonds, Timothy Adams: A of Hearts, Q of Spade,
Neither player held a pair and Cornell was behind going to the river, but a lot of outs would help him stave off elimination. The dealer burned a card and put the 6 of Spade, out on the river, offering no help to Cornell and sealing his fate as Adams collected the remainder of his chips.
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