Level 3: 100/200 (200)
It was a bit of a strange hand just now at Table 44. After a raise from the middle, Kristian Previsic flatted next to act before the player to his left, Massino Casabona, made it 3,500 to go. Both players called to the all-spade flop of 5♠A♠4♠. After an initial check, Previsic fired 5,500 and only Casabona called to the K♠ turn. Previsic led for 5,500 again and got a call.
The 2♠ river put the flush on the board and both players checked. Casabona showed ace-king for two pair and no spades, and Previsic mucked his hand, sending the pot to Casabona. Previsic said he also had two pair but didn’t see the flush on board so he missed out on a chop.
Massino Casabona – 60,000
Kristian Previsic – 15,000