An exciting third day of World Series of Poker action saw one bracelet awarded and three more events enjoy plenty of drama at different stages of play as the Rio in Las Vegas hosted more fantastic poker action. The second event on the schedule, the $25,000-entry H.O.R.S.E. event saw plenty of
Jake Schindler opened to 14,000 from late position and action folded to Alex Foxen in the big blind. Foxen three-bet to 52,000, Schindler four-bet to 134,000, and Foxen called. The flop fell [Kd8d7c], and Foxen checked. Schindler continued for 50,000, and Foxen called. The [Ac] landed on the turn, and
Jake Schindler opened to 15,000 from the cutoff, and Chris Brewer called next to act. Alex Foxen was in the big blind and called. The flop fell [Qd7s2h], and action checked to Schindler, who continued for 18,000. Foxen called, and Brewer folded. The dealer burned and turned the [4h] and
Jake Schindler raised to 13,000 from under the gun and Jonathan Little called out of the small blind. From the big blind, Sean Winter three-bet to 66,000 and after Schindler folded, Little called all-in for 39,000. Winter: [KcTh] Little: [Jh9h] The board ran out [2cQc4s7c6c] and Little was eliminated in 12th place.
Michael Addamo opened to 11,000 from under the gun and Jake Schindler three-bet to 35,000 next to act. Addamo called. The flop fell [9c8c9d], and Addamo checked. Schindler continued for 27,500, and Addamo called. The dealer burned and turned the [Td] and action checked through. The river [6c] completed the
Jake Schindler opened the action with a raise to 10,000 from the cutoff seat. David Peters called from the small blind and Justin Bonomo folded from the big blind. The flop was [AhQh3h] and Peters checked. Schindler bet 4,000 and Peters called. The turn was the [6c] and both players checked to