Iaran Lightbourne moved all-in from middle position with a bit under 100,000, and again Andrew Bak was the one who woke up behind with a hand. It was one of the worst that Lightbourne could see, because his Kd Jd was in trouble against Ks Qh.
The flop was Js 7s 2s and Lightbourne had temporarily reversed his fortunes, but he was still in trouble.
The turn 9c meant he had to dodge yet more and more outs.
The 4s was a hit for Bak. Lightbourne was out eighth and yielded a bounty of €1,000 for Bak.
Bak in the driver’s seat as we go to seven handed.