Alan Carr raised it up to 160,000 in the hijack and Tonio Roeder was looking to apply more pressure with an all-in shove on the button. The action was back on Carr who quickly called off his stack of 1,225,000.
Alan Carr: :::ts:::tc
Tonio Roeder: :::kh:::jd
The two players were flipping even though Roeder admitted he didn’t deserve to be doing so. The board ran out :::8h:::5c:::4h:::9h:::ac and Carr held on to double up through the chip leader.