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Singson’s Crabs Pinch Puno

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While we missed the pre-flop action we did arrive at the table in time to see Ronald Singson move all-in for 5,800 more over the top of a pot sized Mike Puno bet on a flop of 3 7 Q.

Puno tosses in the call and finds out the bad news, his Q 3 for top and bottom pair is behind to Singson, who has flopped a set with 3 3. Puno is down to just 2 outs and both fail to materialise when the turn and river run out J and 4 respectively.

Singson’s Crabs hold to take a big bite out of Puno’s stack and he drops down to 10,000 while Singson climbs to over 20,000 in chips.



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