From the small blind, Alex Foxen raised all in for 45,000. Nick Petrangelo made the call from the big blind and tabled the [Kh6d]. Foxen had the [Jc8s]. Foxen took the lead on the [Jh5s3h] flop with a pair of jacks. The turn was the [8h] and then the river was
According to the players at the table, Alex Foxen had opened, Sean Perry called, and then Foxen check-raised Perry on the [Th7d3h] flop. Perry called and the turn was the [8d]. Foxen moved all in for 57,500 and Perry went into the tank. Eventually, Perry made the call with the
Alex Foxen opened to 12,000 from middle position, and Sam Soverel called on the button. The flop fell [TcTd8h], and action checked through. The dealer burned and turned the [2d], and Foxen bet 14,000. Soverel called. The river [Th] completed the board, and Foxen fired for 51,000. Soverel called. Foxen
With his fifth-place finish in Event #7: $50,000 No-Limit Hold'em, Ali Imsirovic improved to 497 points on the 2021 PokerGO Cup leaderboard. That allowed him to stay in first place, but the race is tight with just one event to go. David Coleman is just 27 points behind with 470
Both Alex Foxen and Jake Schindler committed 33,000 each preflop to see the [3sTh6s] flop. Foxen bet out 16,500 from the big blind as Schindler called. The turn fell the [5c] and Foxen announced he was all-in for 165,000. Schindler quickly called all-in for 130,000. Schindler: [AdAc] Foxen: [QhQs] The river landed the [2s],
Alex Foxen opened to 9,000 on the button, and Ali Imsirovic called from the small blind. The dealer spread the [5d3s2d] on the flop, and Imsiorivc checked. Foxen continued for 6,500, and Imsirovic check-raised to 21,000. Foxen called. The turn [6h] hit the felt, and Imsirovic bet 17,000. Foxen called.