Glendenning Takes Lead After Double
Will Berry had swiftly cut down Jonathan Glendenning’s stack with a rover shove that got through and a few other pots to send Glendenning down to 9,300,000.
Berry jammed all in from the small blind and Glendenning called it off.
It was a flip as Berry had the 4 of Diamonds, 4 of Clubs, while Glendenning had the k of Hearts, q of Hearts, .
The flop came 7 of Clubs, j of Hearts, a of Clubs, the turn changed the leader as the q of Diamonds, came off. The river was the 2 of Hearts, and Glendenning was back in it with the lead.
Jonathan Glendenning – 18,600,000 Will Berry – 15,700,000
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