Noted poker author David Sklansky recently doubled up. He raised to 300 preflop, and only the big blind called. He continued for another 300 when the flop fell , and his opponent called again. The turn was the , and Sklansky bet out for 700. This time his opponent raised to 1,700, and Sklansky quickly moved all in for 4,475 total. His opponent didn't seem pleased with that development, and went into the tank for a minute before electing to call. Sklansky turned over for a flopped set, and he was up against for a pair and a straight draw. The river was the , which kept Sklansky in the lead, and he took the pot.
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