Over on table 60 Jamie Sequeira keeps adding to his chip lead.
And the more chips he gets, the harder it will be to push him off a hand. That is, it will be hard unless you have a lot of confidence in your hand. In the most recent example, Jushia Jackson had to bow out before the turn, tossing away a J-K on a J-Q-Q board.
Usually J-K on a similar board would not be a hand so easily folded, but in this event (in which a flush is higher than a full house) the math is different. Flush draws are dangerous, and it shows.
Play continues on…