Tom Dwan Sees Right Through Antonio Esfandiari For $116,800

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Aug/23/2017

Tom Dwan is back in another classic televised hand of high stakes No Limit Hold'em. This time he's up against WSOP One Drop champ Antonio Esfandiari. Antonio tries to set the trap on the turn, but Tom is having none of it. The river card is a disaster, and the pot swells up to over $100,000. Was he destined to wind up in this jam, or could either player have handled this differently?

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