Joey Weissman raised to 9,000 in late position and Jeremy Ausmus called next to act in the hijack. Anuj Agarwal and Andy Frankenberger came along from the blinds as the flop landed [Jd5h3h]. Action checked through to reveal the [6h] on the turn as Frankenberger bet out 35,000. Agarwal was the
David Gonzalez raised to 4,000 from the hijack and Jeremy Ausmus three-bet to 14,000 on the button. Gonzalez called, and then checked the [Ah6h7c] flop. Ausmus continued for 8,500 and Gonzalez called before the [Th] and [Ac] checked through. Gonzalez revealed his [9h9s], but Ausmus tabled the winning [JcTd].
Jeremy Ausmus raised to 3,000 on the button and Chris Brewer called in the small blind. The flop landed [2s3s3h] and Brewer checked to Ausmus who continued for 3,000. Brewer check-raised to 9,000 and Ausmus responded by making it 21,000. Brewer called, and when the turn landed the [9d], both players checked. The
Jeremy Ausmus was all-in for his last 74,000 holding [AdQdQsJc] against Dylan Weisman's [JsJd6h4s] with the final board reading [4h3d3h5cKs]. https://twitter.com/jeremyausmus/status/1403141541493760004
Cary Katz limped the cutoff, Jeremy Ausmus called on the button, and Steven Veneziano checked the big blind. The flop landed [Kd6h5h] and Ausmus bet 3,000 as only Veneziano called. The turn fell the [Ts] and Veneziano checked. Ausmus bet 15,000, and Veneziano called as the river fell the [9d]. Veneziano checked, Ausmus
Jeremy Ausmus raised to 5,000 from the cutoff and Sam Soverel three-bet to 16,500 from the small blind. Frank Crivello was playing his first hand, and he raised the pot to 51,000. Ausmus responded with a reraise of pot amounting to 172,000, and Soverel called all-in for 120,000, while Crivello called