Coolers, Quads & Bluff Catchers in MSPT Iowa State Poker Championship – Agora Poker

Hands of the Week: Coolers, Quads & Bluff Catchers in MSPT Iowa State Poker Championship

Hands of the Week: Coolers, Quads & Bluff Catchers in MSPT Iowa State Poker Championship

2022 MSPT Iowa State Poker Championship Table Of Contents

Jordison Another Victim of Bekavac

Quinn Makes Quads, Sinks a Boat

Fielder’s Choice is to Flop a Set

River Pair Good Enough for Holloway to Bluff-Catch

Anderson Makes Quads and Gets Paid

PokerNews is known throughout the world for our industry-leading live updates for both live and online events. In fact, right now we’re offering various updates right here .

Over the years, we’ve captured memorable hands, many of which have become a part of poker history. In this column, we will bring you some of the biggest hands from last week’s Mid-States Poker Tour (MSPT) 2022 Iowa State Poker Championship at Riverside Casino .

Remember, if you’re playing an event PokerNews is covering, you can get in the updates via the MyStack App . You can download the app for iPhone or Android now to get started. Then, create a new PokerNews account or update your current one to start updating your status immediately. Your followers can see all the live action that you’re involved in. Click here to download the My Stack app for iPhone, or click here to download the My Stack app for Android. Jordison Another Victim of Bekavac Angela Jordison It was a massive Day 1a for four-time MSPT winner and defending champ Dan Bekavac , who in 2020 was e mbroiled in a payout scandal at the Midway Poker Tour . Bekavac bagged 1.183 million, the largest Day 1 chip lead in MSPT history.No one could stop Bekavac, who won pot after pot via bold bluffs, sheer aggression, and being on the right end of coolers. For instance, in Level 12 (1,500/2,500/2,500) when Angela Jordison was trending in the right direction, winning pots and making her way up the leaderboard. Then, the tournament director moved her to a new table to balance. She sat on the left of Bekavac.One of the first hands she played was in the small blind against a button raise from Bekavac. Jordison reraised from the small blind and the two players each got about 200,000 in […]

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