Chop Chop It Up
After evenly splitting the first six hands of heads up, Will Berry raised preflop, Jonathan Glendenning jammed all in and Berry snap-called and suddenly all the chips were in the middle.
Glendenning: a of Hearts, 3 of Hearts, Berry: a of Diamonds, q of Clubs,
Berry had the lead and could end it quickly with the small chip advantage. The flop came 3 of Spade, 5 of Diamonds, 5 of Hearts, to pair Glendenning and put him into a commanding lead. The turn was the 10 of Hearts, and the river the 10 of Clubs, to counterfeit the threes and chop the pot up to bring it back to stalemate.
Jonathan Glendenning – 16,400,000 Will Berry – 18,500,000
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