Any short-handed tournament creates tons of crazy action, and this one is no different. We just saw PCA winner Harrison Gimbel pull off a seven-bet shove against WSOPE bracelet winner Tristan Wade. And that didn't work out for him.
Wade raised under the gun to 400 and both the button and the small blind called. Gimbel was in the big blind and he raised to 2,275 after which Wade four-bet to 4,850. The two other players folded and the action was back on Gimbel.
Gimbel wasn't giving up as he put in the fifth raise to 7,850. Wade was also not giving up as he six-bet to 12,850. The hand wasn't over, because Gimbel moved all in and Wade snap-called as he turned his hand over.
The board ran out , and Wade could breath a sigh of relief as he just doubled up in this 400 big blind pot. Gimbel was just with just 1,000 chips and on the very next hand he lost those to Wade as well.