Over the last three years, Chris Bjorin has made a total of five World Series of Poker final tables. Included in those is two from this summer alone. He is also currently number five on the all-time WSOP cashes list, boasting 65 cashes over his long and lustrous career. He's here today and will be looking to add to his impressive poker resume. However, he will need a little help soon for that to happen.
We recently arrived at Bjorin's table with Bjorin opening the pot to 1,550. Jerry Morris made the call on his direct left, along with a player in late position. On the flop, Bjorin led for 1,500 and Morris called, while the other remaining player got out of the way. The turn would see Bjorin check this time and then call a bet of 4,250 from Morris. Bjorin continued his checking on the river and Morris continued his betting, firing out 5,250. Bjorin cut down his stack, seeing that he had just under 20,000. Eventually Bjorin opted to fold, sending the pot to Morris.