I was following the action at table 9, when a the most active player of the table asked me to take a picture with his stack. This time I was not bad karma, as he sat out the hand but there was still a big pot brewing.
UTG raised to 1.5k and gets a call from the Cut Off, Button and Big Blind.
The flop is and it gets to the Button who leads out for 5k, only to see 3 calls.
The turn was the and again it got checked to the Button, who decided to risk all his chips and moved all in for 14.7k, he got 3 folds but the player in the Cut Off eventually decided to call.
Cards were revealed:
The river blanked and the player on the button almost tripled up, with solely a pair of sixes.
Before this hand happened I was told that the player asking for a picture recently doubled up with versus ,, getting it in after the flop and hitting runner runner Flush cards. He has a solid stack of 65k which is around double the average.