|Blindid||50,000 / 100,000|
Viacheslav Cousineau had the button and made the call. Roch Cousineau checked out of the big blind and a flop was dealt. Cousineau check-called a bet of 100,000 here and the both players checked the turn and the river. Cousineau then tabled , which was enough to send Zhukov's cards into the muck and scoop up the pot.
The hand started with Viacheslav Zhukov limping on the button. Roch Cousineau checked out of the big blind and a flop was spread on the felt. Cousineau check-called a bet of 100,000 here and then both players checked the turn. On the river, Cousineau led for 175,000 and Zhukov called. Here is how the cards looked at showdown.
Cousineau and Zhukov shared the low, while Cousineau had enough to rake in the high end of the pot.
Roch Cousineau opened the button to 135,000 and Viacheslav Zhukov called out of the big blind. Both players then checked the flop and a was dealt on the turn. Zhukov led for 220,000 here and Cousineau folded.
Viacheslav Zhukov opened the button to 140,000 and Roch Cousineau promptly three-bet to 420,000 from the big blind. Zhukov called and the dealer would ready three cards.
Cousineau led with a pot-sized bet of 840,000 here and Zhukov folded, sending the handy pot to Cousineau.
Roch Cousineau started the hand with the button, raising it up to 135,000. Viacheslav Zhukov called and a flop was dealt. Zhukov check-called a bet of 135,000 here and then both players checked the turn. On the river, Zhukov led for 250,000 and Cousineau called. At showdown, Cousineau tabled , which was enough to send Zhukov's cards into the muck.
Viacheslav Zhukov opened the button to 135,000. Roch Cousineau called out of the big blind and a flop was dealt. Cousinea checked here and Zhukov bet 150,000. That was enough to see Cousineau's cards into the muck as Zhukov raked in a few more chips.
Roch Cousineau opened the action to 135,000 from the button. Viacheslav Zhukov called in the big blind and the dealer spread out a flop. Both players checked here and the dealer flipped over a on the turn. Zhukov check-called a bet of 135,000 here and then check-called a bet of 240,000 on the river. Here is how the cards looked at showdown.
Cousineau held trip queens, while Zhukov had the nut flush to scoop up the pot and see him take a chip lead of more than three to one.
Roch Cousineau had the button and raised it up to 135,000. Viacheslav Zhukov made the call and then both players checked the flop and the turn. On the river, Zhukov led with a pot-sized bet of 270,000. Cousineau folded and Zhukov raked in the pot.