Cary Katz raised to 3,000 from under the gun and Aaron Van Blarcum called in the cutoff, as did Najeem Ajez in the small blind, and Joni Jouhkimainen from the big blind. The flop landed [2s4hAs] and action checked to Van Blarcum who bet 12,000. Only Katz called, and the [Jc]
Cary Katz raised to 3,000 from middle position and was called by Aaron Van Blarcum on the button as well as George Wolff in the small blind. Najeem Ajez then announced pot from the big blind and bet 18,000. Katz re-potted to 63,000 which saw a quick fold from Van
The board showed [jd][2h][td][8h][9s] and 64,500 had accumulated in the pot. Aaron Van Blarcum bet 55,000 from the big blind. Najeem Ajez called shortly after from middle position. Van Blarcum then tabled [ac][kh][qh][6s] for a straight, and took down the pot, after Ajez mucked his hand.
The second event of the 2020 Australian Poker Open was Event #2: $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha held from inside The Star Gold Coast. After almost 17 full levels of play, Australia’s Najeem Ajez finished as the chip leader with 2,540,000 in chips heading into Monday’s PokerGO streamed Event #2 final table. A
Sean Winter raised to 70,000 from the cutoff. Najeem Ajez potted to 240,000 from the button. Winter called after the blinds mucked their hands. The flop came [th][qd][8s] and Winter bet 220,000. Ajez followed with a call shortly after. The turn dropped the [2s] and Winter bet the pot totalling 970,000. The
Najeem Ajez raised to 60,000 from the small blind. Andras Nemeth called from the big blind. The flop came [4s][4d][6s] and Ajez bet enough to put Nemeth all in. Nemeth called with 80,000 behind. Nemeth: [ah][7d][6h][5h] Ajez: [kh][ks][js][2d] The board ran out the [qc] then [6c] to see Nemeth spike a six
Najeem Ajez raised to 45,000 from the small blind and Andras Nemeth called in the big blind. The flop landed [7cAc5s] and Ajez bet 40,000 and Nemeth called. The [Jc] checked through on the turn to reveal the [9d] on the river. Ajez checked, Nemeth bet 85,000, and Ajez folded.