Main Event

It's a Straight. It's a Flush. It's a Straight Flush!

[user66118] • Level 33: 100,000-200,000, 20,000 ante
John Dibella

Kyle Julius raised the minimum with {8-Hearts} {8-Spades} in his hand, and John Dibella defended his big blind to see a heads-up flop with {4-Diamonds} {5-Hearts}.

The {7-Diamonds} {5-Diamonds} {3-Diamonds} was a fantastic start for Dibella, and he checked to the raiser. Julius checked it back, though, and the {2-Spades} hit fourth street. Now Dibella led out with 250,000 of his own chips, and Julius made the call to see the last card.

It was the {6-Diamonds}, giving Dibella a straight flush! He stacked up another bet and pushed 750,000 across the line, and Julius needed a soak in the tank. It looked like he wanted to call, but he got a bad vibe from his opponent, and the calm-looking Dibella finally coaxed an unwanted fold from his opponent.

From where we're sitting, it looks like Julius got away pretty cheaply on that fun hand.

Tags: John DibellaKyle Julius