George Lind raised from the button, and Viacheslav Zhukov reraised in a rare three-bet. Lind made the call, and the flop rolled out . Zhukov bet and was called, and the dropped on fourth street. Zhukov fired out again, but this time Lind plunked a big stack of raising chips across the line. Zhukov quickly folded, and he's fallen back under 2 million to about 1.8 now.
Viacheslav Zhukov has been spiraling lately, and finally won a pot off of George Lind.
Zhukov raised with the button, Lind called from the big blind, and the flop came down . Lind led out, and Zhukov called. The turn was the , and Lind slowed down, check-calling a bet from Zhukov.
Lind checked again after the fell on the river, Zhukov bet again, but this time Lind could not call. Zhukov shipped the pot, and is looking to gain some momentum now.
George Lind is on a tear.
In the last pot, Viacheslav Zhukov raised from the button, and Lind called the extra 150,000 to see the flop. It came out , and the action check-checked to the turn. Lind took his cue to lead out with a bet, and Zhukov called before the completed the board. Lind wasn't slowing down, and Zhukov was grabbing chips as Lind was. When the bet came, though, Zhukov thought better of it and surrendered his cards into the muck.
He's back to about 2.4 million now, and Lind is on the move with 3.7 million and a big wave of momentum. He raised the next pot and took it down preflop, too.
Viacheslav Zhukov raised on the button, George Lind called, and the flop came down . Lind checked, Zhukov continued, and Lind put in a second bet. Zhukov called.
The turn was the , and Lind led out. Zhukov called. The river was the , Lind led again, and Zhukov mucked his hand.
Lind was was below a million chips about 20 minutes ago, but now he is our chip leader by a nose; he has 3.1 million in his stack.
George Lind opened from the button, and Viacheslav Zhukov came along with him to a flop. Zhukov checked, Lind bet, and Zhukov check-raised to 300,000. Lind called, and Zhukov checked back to him when the paired the board on the turn. Lind checked it back, and the landed on the river. When Zhukov checked again, Lind figured a bet was in order, and one last bullet got the job done as Zhukov's cards quickly hit the muck.
Lind is back around 2.5 million and has chips to do some damage again.
Viacheslav Zhukov raised on the button, and George Lind defended his big blind. The flop came down , and Lind check-called a bet from Zhukov. Both players checked the on the turn, and Lind led after the fell on the river. Zhukov mucked, and Lind is now nearing 2 million chips.
George Lind has won three pots in a row. Little ones, though.
On the first, a preflop raise was enough for him to take it down, and then Viacheslav Zhukov gave him a walk the next hand. On the last of the series, Lind raised preflop, and Zhukov called. One bet on the flop was enough for Lind to win.
Make that four pots in a row now as Zhukov grants him a second-consecutive walk. Lind is back up to about 1.5 million.
Viacheslav Zhukov raised with the button, George Lind defended his big blind, and the flop came down . Lind check-called a bet, and the turn brought the . Lind checked, Zhukov fired again, but this time Lind mucked his hand.
Lind is getting shorter, he's now below a million chips.
George Lind opened the button to two bets, and Viacheslav Zhukov came along to the flop.
It brought , and Zhukov check-called a bet. That action repeated following the turn, and the filled out the board on the end. Zhukov checked one last time, and now Lind checked it back.
Zhukov turned up , and his queens full were good. Lind looked a bit salty as he started back at his cards once more, eventually mucking them to drop to about 1.5 million.
George Lind raised with the button, Viacheslav Zhukov called, and the flop came down . Zhukov check-called a bet from Lind, and the turn brought the . Zhukov checked again, but did not call when Lind fired a second bet.