$1,000 + $60 +$200 Double Black Chip Bounty Semi-Turbo NLH
End of Level 22: Blinds 8000/15000/15000 bb ante
Brock jams over a raise for his last 500,000 and puts Dan to thinking, eventually folding .
“Damn it,” he mutters as Brock shows him the .
Then, more chips for Brock when he check calls turn on a dynamic board with a weak showdown hand and is good. Walsh found a protection bet on the turn, but it was too weak at showdown after all. He pitches the in disappointment, as Brock shows on .
This pot gives Brock the lead back.
Then, the tournament could be over. They get it in on , and Dan is flummoxed. He has but Brock has . His tournament is saved, however, by the eight pairing and forcing a chop.
Dan gets in a min check raise in an interesting spot where Brock is unlikely to have much on – and gets a fold, but it might not be what he wanted, especially considering the ornate checking motion he gave before letting Brock bet.
Then, Dan has a huge double up opportunity, versus , but an ace on the river gives the preflop action all to Brock. Dan is crippled.
He fades his first all in, and manages surviving another hand.
Then, Brock shoves , and Dan calls it off with a suited connector.
The flop brings both pairs, but Brock leaves Dan dead to a gutter, turning trips. The river fills Wilson up, and it’s over, over on .Dan Walsh, Boynton Beach, FL, 2nd – $13,085
Dan played big, bounty taking pots and made a great run to heads-up.Brock Wilson, Trenton, MI, 1st – $24,105
Very strong run for Brock. The heads-up call with third pair on the understanding Dan likely had far too many bluffs was especially impressive, and part of what make him a worthy Bounty champ.
Congrats to both players!