When we picked up the action on the flop, Mohammad Moayeri, the first to act in the three-way pot, moved all in for roughly 25K, nearly a pot-sized bet. The next player, Mario Bedard, quickly made the call, sending the action over to Anthony-Paul Belle-Isle, who also made the call.
The turn brought the , and Bedard put out a bet of 6.5K, drawing a call from Belle-Isle. The river card was the , which led to another 6.5K bet from Bedard. But there was no flat call from Belle-Isle this time, as he moved all in for nearly 100K. The raise chased Bedard out of the pot, and hands were tabled. The river card made a queen-high flush for the at risk player, Moayeri, but it was the turn that was decisive for Belle-Isle, who turned the big boat thanks to his and took down the big pot.
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