‘Nicky’ Tao Jin has just popped by the press desk on his way back to his seat after the break and it seems the last level has been kind to him.
He’s managed to chip up from 16,000 to 60,000 courtesy of an unfortunate opponent who managed to run his Pocket Jacks in to Nick’s King Queen on a Queen-high board.
Not content with just this one generous offering he immediately tilt-shoved his remaining chips Jin’s way the very next hand when his ill-timed shove with A♠ 2♠ ran straight into Nicks Pocket Jacks. Sometimes Lady Luck has a sick sense of humour, though it must be nice to be on the receiving end…
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