Last time Jennifer Tilly won the largest pot of High Stakes Poker Season 9 but it didn’t last long as Krish topped it in the brand-new episode, followed by a very gutsy bluff with 7-2 Offsuit by newcomer Eric Persson!
Line-up of High Stakes Poker Season 9 Episode 9:
They are playing 8-max NL$500/$1,000, which guarantees more action and much bigger pots from here on.
There been a few changes in the line-up compared to High Stakes Poker Season 9 Episode 9, as Patrik Antonius, Eric Perrson and DoorDash founder Stanley Tang arrive:
- Tom Dwan
- Phil Ivey
- Bryn Kenney
- Garrett Adelstein
- Patrik Antonius
- Eric Persson
- Stanley Tang
Krish wins the largest pot of Season 9 vs. DoorDash founder Stanley Tang: $590,500 Pot
Bryn Kenney, who is under fire due to cheating and abuse accusations, open-raises UTG to $3,000 with and Stanley Tang just calls with , while Krish 3-bets from the button to $13,000 holding .
Bryn Kenney calls, and when the action comes back to Tang he throws a $50,000 brick into the middle and Krish almost instantly goes All-In for $287,000. Bryn quickly folds and Tang, who has $241,000 behind, calls. They agreed to run it twice!
The first runout couldn’t been much worse for Stanley Tang as the board brings and he loses two of his six outs.
The second runout cones and that means that Krish is scooping the biggest pot of High Stakes Poker Season 9 so far worth a whopping $590,500.
Huge 7-2 Bluff by Eric Persson vs. Stanley Tang: $145,500 Pot
One of the newcomers in the High Stakes Poker arena is casino owner Eric Persson and he definitely left his mark at his debut with some nice speech play and a very gutsy 7-2 bluff.
Garrett Adelstein raises from the hijack with and Stanley Tang calls on the button with . Eric Persson squeezes from the big blind to $12,000 with . Both opponents calls.
The flop of is checked around. When the board pairs on the turn, Eric decides to lead for $22,500. Garrett folds and Stanley calls with his top pair.
Heads-up to the river, which double pairs the board. Persson then decides to disguise his bluff as a value bet with a $63,000 (76% pot) sizing.
After Tang was taking for almost two minutes, Eric Persson manages to talk him into a fold just to show him the for a stone cold bluff, which is rewarded with a nice $145,500 pot.
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