Chanracy Khun and Shaan Saddiqui are sitting at the same table, and it seems like avoiding each other is not part of their game plan. In a pot that was min-raised by Chan pre-flop, a 29K continuation bet was placed into a 4-way pot with the board showing . Angelo Gonzales called, and Shaan raised it to 130K. Chan called, and so did Angelo.
The turn brought a , and Shaan pressed the pot with a 225K bet. When Chan folded, Angelo asked to see Shaan’s stack, and went all-in, putting his opponent on a tournament life decision, for about 375K more. He tanked, put a clock on himself, and decided to keep his remaining chips for another battle.
The updated number of entries for the Canadian Poker Championships is equivalent to 673 so far (Phase 1 entries count for slightly less than a full buy-in), and over 325 more entries are still needed to reach the amazing $2M guarantee. Make sure to throw in a bullet!