George Rechnitzer has picked up a rather pretty hand and some chips to go with it, moving up to more than 27,000 as the action continues here in Event #6.
The player under the gun raised before the flop before Daniel Ospina called from UTG +2. The action folded then folded around to Rechnitzer who called from the small blind, but Bryan Pimlott reraised from the big blind. Only Ospina and Rechnitzer called to go three ways into a flop that read .
Rechnitzer checked to Pimlott who opened the betting; Ospina folded and Rechnitzer check-called before checking again when the dealer produced the on the turn. Again, Pimlott bet, but this time Rechnitzer check-raised. Pimlott flat-called, then Rechnitzer opened the betting when the came down on the river. Pimlott called.
"Do we have the same hand?" Pimlott asked.
"I think mine might be better," Rechnitzer replied casually as he rolled up for quads!
Pimlott may be down, but he's certainly not out, as he's sitting behind a stack worth a smidge over 28,000.