David Williams was one of the stars to surrender at the European poker tour. The second day of competition of the European Poker Tour Vilamoura (EPT) has just terminated. It remains 69 competitors in the race. The last champion of the event Matias Antonio could not defend his title and left the game without reaching the paid places.
Aggressive pro David Williams showed they way to play poker in the $25,000-buy-in World Poker Tour Championship at Las Vegas’ Bellagio in 2010. With blinds at $4,000-$8,000 plus a $1,000 ante, Williams raised to $22,000 from middle position with the A-Q of hearts. Chris Moore, a pro who has won two $10,000-buy-in events, called.
The flop came J-10-6, two diamonds, giving Williams a Broadway gutshot straight draw and backdoor flush draw. He checked.