Raus Continues His Winning Ways
Syzmon raised to 1,100 from the hijack and found two callers in Martin Raus from the cutoff and the player in the small blind before seeing the flop come 8 of Spade, 5 of Spade, .
The small blind checked it over to Bujok who continued with a bet of 1,300. Raus quickly asked, “Why so big?” before grabbing a stack of chips and raising to 10,500.
The small blind tossed his cards toward the muck and Bujok followed suit after a brief pause, prompting Raus to show the Q of Spade, 4 of Spade, before collecting the pot.
Raus is less than 24 hours removed from winning his first WSOP bracelet in Event #4: $1,000 Mini Main Event.
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