Janine Bibbs, after doubling against Ryan Parsons, went all-in from the small blind. Sylvain Bouchard was in the big blind, and woke up with a calling hand, to say the least:
When Bibbs (5th place – $4,610) saw the flop, she stood and gathered her things, with a smile, proud of her performance. Well done!
Four hands later, in yet another blind battle, Ryan Parsons was taken out in 4th place ($6,030). In this hand, the chips went in post-flop – on the turn, to be precise.
What a set-up! Parsons had a dream hand considering 4-way play, or period for that matter, having 2 pairs and a flush draw. Bouchard had 2 better pairs, and performed his second knockout in the same orbit.
Parsons fought well all day. Great job!
Following that elimination, Bouchard did not take a break. He raised from the button, and called when Jacques Berthiaume went all-in from the big blind.
Berthiaume’s hit the flop, but Bouchard’s went on to complete a runner-runner broadway straight. Berthiaume takes $7,615 for his 3rd place finish.