Jarl Lindholt moves all in, and Lawrence Gosney calls. Lindholt shows 9c-8s, and Gosney shows Ad-Qd. Gosney is in the lead, and poised to take the championship, as the flop comes Js-10d-5d. Both players pick up big draws, but Gosney's is slightly bigger. Gosney has a gutshot, and diamond draw, and Lindholt has an open ended straight draw. The turn is a total blank, 2s, and now Lindholt needs a 7 that's not a diamond, a Q an 8 that's not a diamond or a 9 that's not a diamond to stay alive. The river is the Kh. Gosney makes his broadway straight, and eliminates Jarl Lindholt to take the championship.
Here are the current chip counts for our heads up match:
Lawrence Gosney $1,660,000
Jarl Lindholt $484,000
Shack Ko moves all in for $175,000 and Lawrence Gosney calls. Ko shows Ad-5d, and Gosney shows Ah-Qh. The flop comes 9d-6c-3s, no help for Shack. The turn is the 8h, and now Ko will need a 7 for a straight or a 5 for a pair in order to win and stay alive. The river is the Kd, and Shack Ko is eliminated in 3rd Place.
The players are back at it. The blinds are now $12,000-$24,000 with a $4,000 ante.
Here are the updated chip counts for our final three:
Lawrence Gosney $1,400,000
Shack Ko $420,000
Jarl Lindholt $310,000
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