We witnessed two hands in a row that Martins Adeniya played against various big-name opponents at his table. He lost the first pot but won the second pot for an overall profit on the two hands.
The action folded to the Brit and he opened to 650 and was called by Fabrice Soulier and Mick Graydon in the blinds. The flop fell and Adeniya's 1,000 c-bet was only called by Graydon. The turn came and Graydon led for 1,600. Call. Both players checked the river and Graydon sheepishly opened for a lowly pair. It was good though as Adeniya mucked.
The very next hand Adeniya opened again but this time his neighbour, Ari Engel, three-bet. Chawki Fawaz called from the big blind, as did Adeniya.
Engel continued for 2,200 on the flop and only Adeniya called to see the fall on the turn. The action was checked to the river where Adeniya came out firing for 4,750. The New Yorker tank-called and quickly mucked upon seeing his opponent's for a full house.