Karlic Left Short After Facing Tricky Play
Gerald Karlic raised to 1,800 from the cutoff before meeting Francesco Rinaldi’s three-bet to 6,600 from the button. The action folded back to Karlic, who made the call.
Both players then checked the k of Spade, 5 of Hearts, 2 of Hearts, flop before Karlic made a 3,500 bet on the 5 of Diamonds, turn. Rinaldi put out a raise to 13,000 and that spelled the end of the hand as Karlic quickly let his cards go.
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