JC Tran opened to 80,000 holding the button and Jason Mo came along to see a flop. After both players checked the ace-high board the materialized on the turn. Mo checked a second time, but quickly folded after a bet of 90,000 by Tran.
Mo's open to 90,000 from the button forced a fold by Tran.
Tran opened for his standard min-raise of 80,000 and Mo flatted to see the flop come . He quickly tapped the table and Tran obliged with a c-bet of 75,000. Mo deliberately counted out the calling chips before committing them, and the turn card came . A second check by Mo failed to induce any further betting on fourth street, and Tran knuckled the felt to bring the to the board on fifth.
Mo checked for a third time, before grimacing noticeably when Tran did the same. Flicking the over with disdain, Mo showed down a full house that failed to deliver any equity, while Tran only smiled at the sight of the trap he had just tiptoed around.
Tran opened to 90,000 from the button and Mo called to see a flop. Both players tapped the table and the came down on the turn. Tran checked once again, prompting a bet of 120,000 from Mo. Unimpressed, Tran simply heaped a stack forward for a raise to 265,000, and Mo immediately tossed his cards into the muck.
Tran opened to 80,000 on the button, but quickly folded after Mo three-bet to 250,000.
Mo opened to 90,000 from the button to take down the pot without a fight.
Tran opened to 80,000 on the button, Mo flatted, and the flop fell . Both players opted to take a card on the turn, and the dealer produced the . Mo then check-called a small bet of 50,000, but he check-folded to a bet of 110,000 on the river.