Scott “urnotindangr” Palmer helped slow down Prahlad “Prefontaine” Friedman’s recent upswing by having a lucrative session on PokerStars late last week.Palmer and Friedman sat down at the virtual felt for some $50-$100 no-limit hold’em action. The session helped give Palmer a profit of more than $200,000 for the week.Most of Palmer’s winnings came from a massive 1,172-big-blind pot that went went his way.Here is a look at the hand:The Scenario:The Action:The confrontation started when Palmer raised to $200 from button. Friedman three-bet to $800, and Palmer four-bet to $2,100. Friedman called, and the flop came K 8 7 .Friedman checked, and Palmer bet $2,700. Friedman check-raised to $12,800. Palmer just called, and the 5 fell on the turn. Friedman set Palmer all in for $43,737. Palmer called all in, and the hands were exposed.According to Card Player’s Texas Hold’em odds calculator , Palmer wins about 68 percent of the time when the money goes in on the turn. Friedman picked up a flush draw and a double gut-shot straight draw when the 5 pealed off the virtual deck.Fortunately for Palmer, the A came on the river. Palmer raked in the $117,273 pot.Check back every Monday and Friday evening for a recap of one of the most intriguing cash-game hands that recently took place in the online poker world. Also, be sure to check out extensive weekly recaps at 3 p.m. EST on Wednesdays.If you don’t have an account but would like to watch some of the high-stakes action, click on the banner below. Card Player readers are eligible for a deposit bonus up to $600.
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