Egbert Can’t be Stopped
Ron Anderon moved in his last 75,000 from early position and got a call from Travis Egbert in the big blind.
Ron Anderson: 8 of Spade, Travis Egbert:
The flop came , giving Egbert the lead with not just a pair of queens, but a Royal Flush draw to boot.
The turn q of Clubs, gave Egbert trip queens, and the river of course brought the q of Hearts, to the man who is running hotter than the sun this week to give him quad queens to score another elimination.
On the following hand, Egbert eliminated another player winning a flip with pocket sevens against his opponent’s ace-queen for another 100,000+ as he’s re-established himself as the chip leader.
Travis Egbert – 1,900,000 Ron Anderson – eliminated
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