The level of competition in the KSOP GGPoker South America Main Event is very high. With only a few players remaining in the Main Event, by the end of the day when the final tables were formed, only three tables remained.
At the TV poker table, two friends are involved in a large pot which ultimately results in one bluff being better than the other. The blinds for this match were 25,000/50,000, with UTG’s Bernardo Sette making a small raise. The action went all the way to the big blind, where Bernardo Peters, who had beaten JJ a few minutes earlier, called. He decided to just call.
Flop Strips Come, let Peters have both ends of the straight, and Sette have the backdoor flush draw. When Peters got the call from the namesake, he decided to bet 100,000; the turn didn’t stop the big blind and he again led the way, this time with 150,000 in chips. Sette decided to call again with a flush draw.
No player hits a draw on the river. Winning the pot then became a matter of strength: Peters, with the strongest hand, entered the third pot and put 250,000 on the table, but his namesake was not convinced by his performance. Sette decided to raise again to 730,000, bringing the total number of chips in the pot to 1,800,000.