If you’re not used to the format of these fun Triton series cash games, you should know that they are short series, usually five episodes, followed during the hiatus of the Triton series
This particular game is a $1,000/$2,000 game with a BB stake of $2,000 and each player has $200,000 to buy chips.
In order to understand what you are seeing on the screen, it is necessary to explain how Stand-Up works.
To encourage action, all players agree that the player who ends up winning the pot must pay each opponent $5,000. In the early days of this type of side betting, players started standing up and sitting down as they won pots. The last player standing loses the bet.
Here, the player who wins the pot is dealt a card, and the player who runs out of cards last loses. In order to collect your card, you must present your card. They explained it to Calvin Lee at the start of the game and explained it to Paul Phua when he sat down. When only two or three players remain to win the pot, the impact of the game on the game can be felt.
Aaron Zang’s entry comes at the end of the current standings.