This time around the dice dictated that the game would be Pot Limit Omaha.
Of the seven people at the table, the first four folded. On the button Michael Alldread made it 2,000 to go. Both the blinds were game, and tossed in their chips. It would be a three-way battle.
The blinds both checked, and this time Michael made it 4,000. They both called.
Again, both blinds checked. This time Michael bet 8,000, and again both blinds casually called.
Now, with three spades on the board it was time to fear the flush. Grant Ellis in the small blind checked for the third time in a row, and unless he was trapping, he didn’t have it.
But instead of his usual check, this time big blind Danny Freitas bet. And it was on the large side, 23,000. Michael called, but it was Grant’s time to say goodbye. The two remaining players flipped over their cards, and as expected it was a battle of the flushes.
However, out of his four cards, Danny produced an while Michael could only muster a . Danny, who looks to be one of the chips leaders at this point, scooped up the 88,000 chip pot and the Grant rolled the dice to see what game would be next.