After a pre-flop raising war, Anuj Agarwal was all-in for his tournament life, holding [AcJh] against Ali Imsirovic, who was holding [AhAd]. The board ran out [9s5d7h5hQd], and Agarwal was eliminated in seventh place.
Cary Katz limped in early position, and Nick Petrangelo raised to 12,000 next to act. Action folded to Anuj Agarwal in the big blind, and he called. Katz called to close the action. The flop fell [6h5c2h], and action checked through. The dealer burned and turned the [5s], and Agarwal
As reported by Anuj Agarwal. Ali Imsirovic opened to 3,500 and Anuj Agarwal three-bet to 9,00 next to act. Cark Katz folded the small blind, and Sam Soverel moved all-in for approximately 55,000 from the big blind. Imsirovic folded, and Agarwal called. Soverel: [9x9x] Agarwal: [QxQx] The board ran out ace
Anuj Agarwal opened to 2,500 on the button, and Sam Soverel called in the big blind. The flop fell [Qc9h8d], and action checked through. The [2h] hit the felt on the turn, and Soverel lead out for 7,000. Agarwal folded, and Soverel collected the pot.
Nick Petrangelo raised to 8,000 from the cutoff and both Anuj Agarwal and Antonios Roungeris called from the blinds. The flop landed [7d9d6s] and Agarwal led out for 10,000. Roungeris called, and Petrangelo folded as the turn landed the [6h]. Agarwal bet 15,000 and Roungeris called as the river fell the [Ah]. Agarwal
Anuj Agarwal raised to 4,000 on the button as both Antonios Roungeris and Andrew Lichtenberger called from the blinds. The [8d9cTc] flop checked through to reveal the [2c] on the turn. Roungeris led out for 11,000, and after Lichtenberger folded, Agarwal called. The river was the [Qh] and Roungeris bet 16,000. Agarwal moved
After a grueling two and a half hours of three-handed and heads-up play, Andrew Lichtenberger topped a field of 30-entrants to win the Venetian High Roller Event #4: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em for $120,000. Lichtenberger headed into three-handed play second in chips behind runner-up Anuj Agarwal, but it was far from