Event 6: A Boring Hand Heats Up on the River For Pawel Andrzejewski and Dawn Wilensky

$1,100 Deep Stack 5-Card PLO (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 19:  6,000/12,000 with a 12,000 ante
Players Remaining:  4 of 95

Pawel Andrzejewski
Pawel Andrzejewski

Three players limped to see the flop for 12,000 each, and they checked to the river on a board of Jd9s9c3hJc.

That’s when things got interesting.

Pawel Andrzejewski bet 20,000 from the small blind, Dawn Wilensky raised from the big blind to 60,000, and Jacob Ifshin folded from the button.

Andrzejewski three-bet it to 150,000, and Wilensky stopped to think.

“Pocket nines?” asked Wilensky. “You have to have pocket nines.” Andrzejewski said nothing.

After some more thought, Wilensky said, “I think I have to call,” and she called the additional 90,000.

Andrzejewski turned over 9h9d7s6d2c for pocket nines. Wilensky showed Jh3d for a full house, jacks full of threes, and Andrzejewski won the pot to take a big lead.

Pawel Andrzejewski  –  800,000  (67 bb)
Dawn Wilensky  –  125,000  (10 bb)

With four players remaining, the average chip stack is around 475,000 (40 big blinds), and the remaining players are guaranteed at least $7,100 each.