Dec 8 5:41 pm

BPOC: 5th Place – Robert Oswald ($1,984)

Level 28 (60,000/120,000/20,000)
Total Entries: 607
Players Remaining: 4

Robert Oswald (River Chasers)

Robert Oswald (River Chasers)

After Lance Albright doubled through Robert Oswald {4h}{4d} winning the race against Oswald’s {As}{Kd}, Oswald was the short stack at the table, and was forced to move all-in for his final 415,000 after the action folded to him on the cut off.

Lance Albright thought for a few moments and then decided to not finish the job, and he was glad he didn’t call, as Paul Careau insta-called in the big blind and tabled {Ks}{Qh} having Oswald dominated as he held {Kd}{Jh}.

Albright claimed he folded {Kh}{10h} so Oswald stuck looking to pair his inferior kicker.

He would, but it would be too late, as Careau would pair up on the {2d}{2c}{Qs} flop.

The {Ad} would come on the turn, leaving Oswald drawing to a broadway straight to save his tournament life.

It wouldn’t come, but the {Jd} did fall, but it would be too little too late for the River Chasers player, who is sent to the rail in 5th place for just under $2,000 in the BPO National Championship.

Players are now four handed, with Careau and Ryan Chua controlling the majority of the chips in play.

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