On a flop of , Peter W (pictured) calls an all in bet of his opponent for just over 3,000.
“I don’t have a pair, but I have a lot of outs,” said his opponent as he tabled , good for a wrap straight draw and a flush draw.
Peter tabled , good for a small pair and inferior flush draw, giving his opponent even more outs because of all the live overcards that he had.
The turn is the and the river is the and Peter makes a full house to take the pot. The whole table talked about how many outs his opponent had as he stacked the chips. He is sitting with 31,000 and well over the average stack at this point.