Mercier Wants the Pot Now
Oscar Cueva opened in middle position to 10,000 before the action moved to Clemen Deng in the cutoff who called and then Natasha Mercier defended her big blind.
The 6 of Spade, 6 of Hearts, q of Diamonds, flop landed and the action checked all the way to Deng who bet out for 9,000. Mercier wasted little time before putting in a large check-raise to 37,000.
Unfortunately, if this was for value, it would not receive anymore action and her opponents mucked. She dragged the pot with out even seeing a turn.
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