The flop came down 9♦ 5♣ 5♠. Lazier bet 15000 and was called. The turn J♣ saw all the money go into the pot and Asistio turn over 5♦ 7♦. The river 3♣ could not salvage the hand for Lazier and he could only watch as Asistio began piling up around 200,000 in chips.
In the very next hand, Lazier doubles up after moving all in for 11,000 holding A♠ K♣ from under the gun. The player to his immediate left calls with A? Q? and is unable to catch up.
However, still struggling for air, Lazier moves all in again with pocket twos against the Big Slick of Butch Dalisay. The ducks failed to hold, defeated by the paired kings on the turn and trips on the river for Dalisay.
It was certainly an action-packed exit for Lazier.
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