Bradley Booth opened to 1,500 from the hijack only to have Erik Hellman call from the cutoff. The blinds got out of the way and the flop fell .
Booth continued out for 3,300 and Hellman quickly made the call. The came on the turn and Booth once again reached for chips. This time, Booth fired 7,000 and Hellman opted to lay his hand down, awarding this pot to Booth.