Canevet and Hedley – An Interesting Hand

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It was folded to Andrew Hedley in the small blind. He filled up and Maxime Canevet in the big blind checked his option.

The flop was J A T, which could have been a great flop, but probably not for hands that can’t raise pre.

Hedley checked and then called a bet of 175k by Canevet.

The turn was the 6 and went check-check.

On the river A, Hedley checked again and Canevet now bet a sizeable amount of chips. He made it 755k, and Hedley didn’t like it. He really didn’t.

He tried to figure out what was going on in this hand for several minutes and then decided to let it go.

“I don’t know if you bet a 6 like that or if you maybe bluff,” said Hedley. “I guess I should have shoved.”

Canevet turned over his cards although he didn’t have to. It was Q Q.

Not exactly what is generally known as a bluff. Canevet is dominating with around 14 million while Hedley has around 3.5 million left.

Payout Level: €13,000

Next Payout Level: 13th, €17,000

Average Stack: 6.3 million

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