CELEBRITY POKER SHOWDOWN is back in da howse! The $250,000 Caddilac(TM) Prize Pool awaits the fine celebs and their charities. But only one of the five playing tonight will make it to the Final Table and have a shot at the $100,000 piece of that pool. To do that, s/he will have to out-draw, out-flop and out-bluff the others.

Rookies, rookies and even MORE rookies at tonight's table. Let's meet them, shall we?:


Lacey Chabert
playing for the Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation
Playing Eliza on the hit Nicktoon The Wild Thornberrys for many years, Lacy also has roles in hit movies like "Daddy Day Care" and "Lost In Space". Will she shake these card sharks down or will she prove that "Mean Girls" finish last?

Bonnie Hunt
playing for the Greater Chicago Chapter of the Arthritis Foundation
This comedienne had been doing voices doe Disney/Pixar films before scoring her own show (Life With Bonnie) and a hit movie ("Cheaper By the Dozen") . Will she tell the chips to "Return To Me" or will she be walking "The Green Mile" back to the Lounge?

J.K. Simmons
playing for Iris House
J.K. is best known as shrink Emil Skoda in the Law & Order series, but he ALSO played Daily Bugle boss J. Jonah Jameson in the Spider-Man films. Can he prove himself sane here or will he be caught in the web of bad hands?

Robert Wagner
playing for the Silver Lining Foundation
After years on Hart to Hart, this veteran actor got his career jump-started as "Number Two" in the "Austin Powers" trilogy. Will he be a "Goldmember" of the Final Table or be one of "The Fallen Ones"?

Scott Wolf
playing for EBMRF
He got started as one of the Party of Five and is currently playing Dr. Jake Hartman on the WB's Everwood. Can he be the lone man at THIS party of five or will he be a bigger flop than the "Double Dragon" movie he was in?

Each celebrity will start with $10,000 worth of chips and the game will continue until one celebrity has all $50K in his/her possession, thus winning the "coveted" silver chip and making him/her eligible for the Final Table later in the year.  At the announcers' position beside the Losers' Lounge are host Dave Foley and poker expert Phil Gordon.  They'll be calling the action emanating from the main room.

All right, mix those cards and hand them out...or, as Tournament Director Robert Thompson says, SHUFFLE UP AND DEAL!

Blinds start at $100 (SB) and $200 (BB). The Dealer Button (D) starts on Bonnie, meaning Robert posts the Small Blind, Scott posts the Big Blind and J.K. is first to act.

As far as picks go, Dave goes for the veteran celebrity Robert and while Phil picks Lacey "for obvious reasons".

J.K. Lacey Bonnie (D) Robert (SB) Scott (BB)
A♥ 3♦ 9♣ 3♥ J♥ 9♥ A♠ 7♦ 10♠ 2♥
Raises to $600 FOLD FOLD FOLD FOLD
WIN $900
Many a hand like this is won by default. But, in the early goings of a tournament, "tight makes right" (as Phil Gordon likes to say)

Bonnie Robert Scott (D) J.K. (SB) Lacey (BB)
3♠ 2♠ 5♣ 4♠ 9♥ 6♠ J♣ 10♥ A♠ Q♣
FOLD Calls $200 FOLD FOLD Raises to $800
Calls $600
37% 62%
Like last season, I'm putting the odds a hand will win at each stage of the hand. "NUTS!" means the player has the best hand and can't be beat and "DEAD!" means the player is just this hand, anyway.
FLOP: 8♠ 7♠ Q♠
14% 86%
Both Robert and Lacey have a flush draw...but Lacey has the "nut flush" draw. One more spade and she'll have the best flush possible (Ace-high). As Lacey contemplates, Scott asks, "Can I help her? She's my sister, for God's sake!" (Lacey played Scott's little sister on Party of Five.)
Bets $1000 Raises to $2000
In poker parlance, this is called a "check-raise". Lacey checked to show weakness, let Robert bet big...and then raised. Normally, this would lead to the one raised against to feel he's beat and to fold...
Calls $1000
...but not so this time.
TURN: 4♦
18% 81%
Bets $2000 Raises to $4000
She did it AGAIN!
Calls $2000
And so did HE!
COMMUNITY: 8♠ 7♠ Q♠ 4♦ K♣
Bets $3000 ALL-IN
4♠ 4♦ K♣ Q♠ 8♠ Q♣ Q♠ A♠ K♣  8♠
WIN $19,300
Phil says it best about Robert: "Someone stole his mojo!!"

Lacey Chabert $18,900
Bonnie Hunt $10,900
J.K. Simmons $10,000
Scott Wolf $9700
Robert Wagner $500

Robert Scott J.K. (D) Lacey (SB) Bonnie (BB)
A♣ 8♣ 7♣ 6♥ Q♥ 6♣ 10♦ 6♦ Q♠ J♥
Calls $200 FOLD FOLD FOLD Raises to $500
Bonnie "tapped" Robert, betting just enough to put him all-in.
60% 40%
FLOP: 10♣ A♦ 4♠
78% 22%
That's a pair of "bullets" for Robert...and a "gut buster straight draw" for Bonnie.
TURN: 3♣
92% 8%
RIVER: 10♥
A♣ A♦ 10♣ 10♥ 8♣ 10♣ 10♥ A♦ Q♠ J♥
WIN $1100

Scott J.K. Lacey (D) Bonnie (SB) Robert (BB)
A♦ K♣ 10♦ 8♥ 7♠ 6♥ A♠ 5♣ 10♥ 5♠
Raises to $700 FOLD FOLD Calls $600 FOLD
75% 21%
Before betting, Bonnie says, "It's just a two and an Ace." This is perfectly legal to lie about the strength of your hand; keeps the opponents guessing as to what you REALLY have.
FLOP: 7♣ K♠ 8♣
97% 3%
Bets $500 Calls $500
TURN: 6♣
79% 21%
Bets $1000
Calls $1000
COMMUNITY: 7♣ K♠ 8♣ 6♣ 5♥
Bets $2000 Calls $2000
Before calling, Bonnie tells Scott, "You're looking at me very honestly...and, when a man does that to me, I assume he's never gonna call again." She should've stuck with that instinct...
K♣ K♠ A♦  8♣ 7♣ 5♣ 5♥ A♠  K♠ 8♣
WIN $8600

Blinds are now $200 (SB) and $400 (BB).

Robert Scott J.K. (D) Lacey (SB) Bonnie (BB)
J♥ 8♦ 5♠ 2♦ A♦ 4♥ 4♦ 3♥ 7♣ 7♦
FOLD FOLD Raises to $800 FOLD Calls $400
31% 69%
FLOP: K♠ K♣ 7♥
1% 99%
BOAT! Bonnie flopped a full house! The only way J.K. can beat her is with Kings, Aces or Ace-King on the Turn and River. Most pros would slow-play this hand...
...but Bonnie over plays it...
...and J.K. does the right thing.
WIN $7200
Afterwards, Bonnie takes off her the "whoops" of the males in the crowd.

Scott J.K. Lacey (D) Bonnie (SB) Robert (BB)
6♦ 3♦ Q♣ 7♠ K♥ Q♠ 7♥ 5♦ 9♦ 8♥
FOLD FOLD Raises to $1200 FOLD ALL-IN
63% 36%
Lacey to Robert: "Well, hello, again."
FLOP: 2♦ Q♥ 10♠
81% 19%
Lacey has a pair of "chicks"...BUT, Robert has a straight draw, needing a Jack to stay alive.
TURN: 3♣
89% 11%
COMMUNITY: 2♦ Q♥ 10♠ 3♣ 7♦
Q♠ Q♥ K♥  10♠ 7♦ Q♥ 10♠ 9♦ 8♥ 7♦
WIN $1800 OUT - 5th Place

"Lacey, you're KILLIN' me!" says Robert as he hugs her and wishes her luck. After handshakes and hugs, Robert heads for the Lounge, rather upset...because he had wagered on himself. Dave says that HE did, too. As far as the hand where Lacey check-raised him twice and doubled-up on him, Robert claims that he didn't think Lacey knew what she was doing. At least the Silver Lining Foundation, who takes in young "challenged" children, gets $5000 for his effort.

Lacey Chabert $19,400
Scott Wolf $13,000
J.K. Simmons $10,200
Bonnie Hunt $7400

As the cards are being dealt, everyone at the table stated what an honor it was to play poker with Robert Wagner.

Bonnie Scott (D) J.K. (SB) Lacey (BB)
10♥ 5♠ A♦ 9♣ 3♣ 2♦ K♦ Q♦
FOLD Raises to $900 FOLD Raises to $1400
Calls $500
Before Lacey raises, Scott says, "As your big brother, I order you to fold those cards!" Nut, like a typical sister, Lacey says, "I don't think I want to!"
54% 46%
FLOP: J♠ 3♦ A♥
81% 19%
Bets $1500
Calls $1500
TURN: 7♦
78% 22%
Bets $3000 FOLD
WIN $9000

Scott J.K. (D) Lacey (SB) Bonnie (BB)
9♣ 8♣ A♥ Q♦ J♥ 9♠ K♣ 6♦
Raises to $900 Raises to $2000 FOLD FOLD
Calls $1100
38% 62%
FLOP: 8♠ 7♦ 3♣
77% 23%
Bets $1000 Raises to $3000
Calls $2000
After the raise, an audience member screams, "(J.K.)'s bluffing! He's leaning forward!" This IS a typical "tell" of weakness...but J.K. retorts, "I've been leaning forward since I sat down! I'm just lazy."
10% 90%
WIN $15,600

J.K. Lacey (D) Bonnie (SB) Scott (BB)
8♣ 8♠ A♣ 5♠ 5♦ 3♦ 10♥ 10♠
Raises to $1500 FOLD FOLD Raises to $4500
Calls $3000
19% 81%
Whenever you get two different pairs in one hand, you're BOUND to have exciting betting rounds.
FLOP: A♥ 3♣ Q♦
9% 91%
TURN: 2♣
5% 95%
COMMUNITY: Q♦ Q♠ A♥ 3♣ 2♣
J.K. to Scott: "Psst, Scott, I got a pair of Queens." (But so does Scott.)
Uh,'re bound to take a trip to the "Check Republic".
Q♦ Q♠  8♣ 8♠ A♥ Q♦ Q♠ 10♥ 10♠ A♥
WIN $9200

Blinds have been raised to $300 (SB) and $600 (BB).

Lacey Bonnie (D) Scott (SB) J.K. (BB)
10♠ 4♦ A♦ 3♣ Q♥ 10♦ 7♣ 5♥
62% 37%
Since Scott already had $300 in on the Small Blind, he only had to put in $300 more to call the Big Blind...and J.K., owner of said Big Blind, could see the Flop for FREE.
FLOP: 2♥ J♦ K♥
81% 18%
Scott has an "open-ended straight draw", needing an Ace or a 9 for the straight.
CHECK Bets $2500
WIN $3700
J.K. scared Scott out of the pot. As J.K collects his meager pot, Bonnie gets him to talk about when he and Andrew Hill Newman (one of the producers of this show) played dancing penguins in an off-Broadway play. Phil says it was "VERY FAR off-Broadway". Dave adds, "Probably wasn't Shakespeare...unless it was Two Penguins of Verona." (groans!) Moving on...

J.K. Simmons $15,300
Lacey Chabert $14,800
Scott Wolf $11,300
Bonnie Hunt $8600

Lacey Bonnie (D) Scott (SB) J.K. (BB)
8♦ 4♠ 10♥ 10♠ K♠ 3♣ 10♣ 10♦
FOLD Raises to $3000 FOLD Calls $2400
2% 2%
The chances of two players getting the same pair are...well, they're pretty friggin' big. There's a 96% chance of a tie; the only way ONE of them can win is to get a flush.
FLOP: J♠ 8♥ 2♣
So much for THAT. Phil says that, when two people have the same hand, the one who bets more aggressively will win.
Can't get much more aggresive than THAT, folks!
WIN $11,900

Blinds are now $400 (SB) and $800 (BB).

Scott J.K. (D) Lacey (SB) Bonnie (BB)
K♣ Q♣ A♥ 10♠ 7♥ 6♦ Q♥ 4♠
Raises to $3800 Calls $3800 FOLD FOLD
43% 57%
FLOP: J♦ 5♣ J♠
28% 71%
J.K. notes to Scott, "We're doing the same thing as before."
TURN: 3♣
35% 65%
COMMUNITY: J♦ J♠ 7♦ 5♣ 3♣
J♦ J♠ K♣ Q♣ 7♦ J♦ J♠ A♥ 10♠ 7♦
WIN $8800

Lacey Bonnie (D) Scott (SB) J.K. (BB)
A♦ 2♠ 7♥ 6♣ 9♣ 5♣ 8♣ 3♠
59% 40%
FLOP: K♠ 2♥ 4♥
75% 25%
Bets $3000
Here, Phil notes J.K.'s TRUE "tell"; he bets more than the pot (called "overbetting") when he has a bad hand.
WIN $5000

J.K. Lacey (D) Bonnie (SB) Scott (BB)
Q♣ 8♠ A♣ 10♣ K♣ K♥ 7♣ 2♠
FOLD Raises to $1600 Raises to $5600 FOLD
Calls $4000
32% 68%
FLOP: 5♥ 6♣ 4♠
16% 80%
TURN: 9♠
7% 93%
COMMUNITY: 5♥ 6♣ 4♠ 9♠ 8♣
Passive playing is a TERRIBLE thing...
A♣ 10♣ 5♥ 6♣ 4♠ 9♠ 8♣ K♣ K♥ 5♥ 6♣ 4♠ 9♠ 8♣
WIN $12,000

Bonnie Hunt $22,500
J.K. Simmons $16,500
Lacey Chabert $8200
Scott Wolf $2800

Blinds are now up to $500 (SB) and $1000 (BB).

Bonnie Scott (D) J.K. (SB) Lacey (BB)
8♥ 2♦ A♦ J♣ K♣ 8♦ Q♣ J♥
FOLD Calls $1800
71% 28%
FLOP: 2♥ 9♦ 6♠
84% 16%
TURN: 4♠
93% 7%
COMMUNITY: 2♥ 9♦ 6♠ 4♠ 3♦
A♦ J♣ 9♦ 6♠ 4♠ Q♣ J♥ 9♦ 6♠ 4♠
WIN $6100

After this hand, Scott asks Bonnie what it would take to get a stack of purple $500 chips in front of her. When Bonnie says, "A French kiss," Scott pushes back from the table slyly...then pulls himself back in. Bonnie is embarrassed, but Scott claims that the divorce that would FOLLOW the kiss would cost MUCH more than the stack. Bonnie says, "I'll pay for it. :)"

Time for me to play Alex Trebeck. The answer is: "The segment where we show you only one player's hand (in this case J.K.'s) and show you how the pros (in this case Phil) would play the hand." And the question: "HOW WOULD YOU PLAY IT?"
Lacey Bonnie (D) Scott (SB) J.K. (BB)
????? ????? ????? 2♠ 2♥
"You" (as J.K.) have a small pair of "ducks" in the Big Blind. Now ANY pair is good...but, for a low pair like this, it's best to hope to see the Flop for free...or rather cheaply.
Calls $1000 Raises to $4000 FOLD Calls $3000
Hmmm...Bonnie might be fronting a higher pair. If "you" think "you" have the best hand, go all-in and make Bonnie regret it. If "you" do not think so, fold. J.K. only calls, hoping for a 2 on the Flop.
FLOP: 3♥ 7♣ 8♠
No help. If "you" think Bonnie has an overpair, best to check and then fold on any bet.
Bonnie's check should tell "you" she DOESN'T have an overpair.
TURN: 3♦
Most times, whoever bets with a pair on the Board wins. So BET...and BIG, too!
Bets $5000
Calls $5000
Ut oh...why would Bonnie CALL such a big bet? She might be slow-playing "you".
COMMUNITY: 3♥ 3♦ 9♠ 8♠ 7♣
Best to check-and-bail.
I said "BAIL!" If Bonnie calls...
Calls $7000
"You" are DOOMED!
A♥ 5♦  
WTF?!?! Bonnie was on a semi-bluff! She actually thought her Ace kicker would win it, not knowing J.K. had a wired pair! J.K. played poorly, but Bonnie played even WORSE!
3♥ 3♦ A♥ 9♠ 8♠ 3♥ 3♦ 2♠ 2♥ 9♠
WIN $33,500

Bonnie Scott (D) J.K. (SB) Lacey (BB)
A♣ 9♣ 7♥ 2♠ K♥ Q♦ K♦ 9♥
Calls $1000 FOLD Calls $500 CHECK
62% 30% 5%
FLOP: K♠ 8♣ 6♣
48% 42% 6%
J.K. to Lacey: "I'm going to put you all-in."
Lacey: "That's not nice..."
J.K.: "Well, YOU weren't very nice to ROBERT!"
Bets $2900 ALL-IN
84% 12%
Lacey needs a 9 to stay alive.
80% 5%
K♥ K♠ A♥ Q♦ 8♣ K♦ K♠ A♥ 9♥ 8♣
WIN $8800 OUT - 4th Place

"Once again," says Dave to Phil as Lacey heads for the Lounge, "both of our picks are out of the game!" Lacey joins Dave, Phil and Robert in the Lounge...and Robert is so HAPPY not to be alone there anymore. Lacey thinks she played well at first but choked at the end. Phil tells her that she should've played more aggressively even though she wasn't getting the cards. The Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation gets 5 "large" for her efforts. While Lacey orders "lots of beverages", we go to commercial.

Upon coming back, Dave has a chicken strip in his hand...and Phil leans down and chomps it. Dave folds in his thumb (pretending it's gone) and says, "That wasn't the chicken strip!!"

J.K. Simmons $40,900
Scott Wolf $4600
Bonnie Hunt $4500

Blinds are now $1000 (SB) and $2000 (BB).

J.K. (D) Bonnie (SB) Scott (BB)
5♦ 2♥ 8♦ 8♣ A♠ 6♠
Calls $2500
66% 34%
Either Bonnie's going to the Lounge...or Scott will be down to his last chip! Scott could use an Ace.
FLOP: 7♥ J♦ 9♥
85% 14%
TURN: 3♦
93% 7%
COMMUNITY: 7♥ J♦ 9♥ 3♦ 4♠
8♦ 8♣ J♦ 9♥ 7♥ A♠ J♦ 9♥ 6♠ 7♥
WIN $9000
Scott gets up to leave...but he's informed that he still has the one chip left. Phil relates how HE was down to $100 on a Final Table... and he rallied to WIN the tournament. "A chip and a chair" is all you need!

Bonnie (D) Scott (SB) J.K. (BB)
8♣ 5♠ Q♦ J♠ 7♠ 7♥
Calls $100
Smallest...CPS pot...EVER! Since Scott was all-in on the blind and Bonnie folded, J.K.'s Big Blind is lowered to match Scott's.
49% 51%
FLOP: K♠ 5♣ 10♥
55% 45%
40% 60%
RIVER: 10♦
K♠ K♥ 10♥ 10♦ Q♦ K♠ K♥ 10♥ 10♦ 7♠
It's a MIRACLE! The two pair on the Board means the kicker cards decided it...and Scott's was better!
WIN $200

Scott (D) J.K. (SB) Bonnie (BB)
4♠ 4♦ K♠ Q♣ 5♠ 2♣
Calls $1000 CHECK
Scott didn't HAVE to bet...but his "sailboats" are a very decent hand. A side pot is now instigated which only J.K and Bonnie can bet into and win. $3600 of the $4000 in the Blinds goes to the side pot, while the other $400 is in the Main Pot for Scott to try and win.
37% 44% 18%
FLOP: 8♠ 8♦ A♠
48% 39% 9%
Bets $2000 (Side) FOLD
J.K. wins the Side Pot. Now he and Scott flip over their hands to play for the Main Pot. Any King or Queen will put J.K. ahead.
56% 39%
TURN: 4♣
But a 4 gives Scott a full house and ends the hand!
8♠ 8♦ 8♣ 4♠ 4♦ 8♠ 8♦ 8♣ A♠ K♠
WIN $600 (Main) WIN $5600 (Side)

Hand 27

J.K. (D) Bonnie (SB) Scott (BB)
A♠ 8♦ 10♣ 3♦ 7♥ 2♠
Raises to $4000 FOLD ALL-IN
When J.K. raised, he started a Side Pot between him and Bonnie, since Scott was all-in on the Big Blind. When Bonnie folded, $400 of her Small Blind went to J.K. The Main Pot consists of $600 from each player. Scott doesn't even LOOK at the cards before turning them over...and finding the WORST hand in Hold 'Em!
68% 32%
FLOP: Q♦ J♠ 2♥
27% 73%
QUACK!! Scott flopped a pair! J.K. needs an Ace or an 8 to put Scott down for good!
21% 79%
J.K. now ALSO has a straight an Ace, a 10 or an 8 will win it. Nine outs...
COMMUNITY: Q♦ J♠ 2♥ K♦ 5♣
...and he couldn't get a one!
A♠ K♦ Q♦ J♠ 8♦ 2♠ 2♥ K♦ Q♦ J♠
WIN $3800 (Side) WIN $1800 (Main)
And, FINALLY, Scott has enough to cover a Blind...BARELY!

Bonnie (D) Scott (SB) J.K. (BB)
J♠ 8♠ A♥ 5♦ 7♣ 4♥
Calls $2000 ALL-IN
42% 37% 21%
Again, a Side Pot is made...only THIS time it's the MAIN Pot that's bigger.
FLOP: 9♥ 10♣ 2♦
48% 44% 8%
$4000 (Side)
Bonnie wins the Side Pot this time.
50% 50%
TURN: 3♦
31% 69%
2♦ 2♣ J♠ 10♣ 9♥ 2♦ 2♣ A♥ 10♣ 9♥
WIN $4400 (Main) WIN $5400 (Main)
That makes FOUR TIMES IN A ROW that Scott has doubled- or tripled-up! He's gone from $100 to $5400 in four hands!

A few hands later...
J.K. Simmons $39,200
Scott Wolf $8200
Bonnie Hunt $2600

As the cards are dealt out, J.K. has a question for Scott: "What the hell are you still DOIN' here?!?" Scott replies with a laugh, "I don't know."

J.K. (D) Bonnie (SB) Scott (BB)
A♠ 6♥ J♥ J♦ K♦ J♠
Raises to $4000 ALL-IN
31% 69%
J.K.'s bet is lowered to match Bonnie's. No Side Pot this time; the $2000 Big Blind by Scott is part of the Main Pot.
FLOP: 3♣ 4♦ 7♥
29% 70%
J.K. has a gut-buster straight, needing a 5.
17% 83%
A♠ K♠ 7♥ 6♥ 4♦ J♥ J♦ K♠ 7♥ 4♦
WIN $7200

Bonnie (D) Scott (SB) J.K. (BB)
J♠ 7♦ A♠ K♦ J♥ 7♠
Raises to $4000 ALL-IN
Bonnie's bet is lowered. Scott has the best non-paired hand in "Big Slick".
26% 74%
FLOP: 7♥ 2♦ Q♥
75% 25%
But that means NOTHING when someone has a pair! Scott needs an Ace or a King to stick around.
TURN: 4♥
86% 14%
And Scott's luck has FINALLY run out.
7♦ 7♥ Q♥ J♠  5♠ A♠ K♦ Q♥ 7♥ 4♥
WIN $8400 OUT - 3rd Place

This time he stands up to leave and MEANS it. Scott shakes hands and hugs as he heads for the Losers' Lounge with Dave, Phil, Robert and his "sister" Lacey. They congratulated him on making it exciting. Scott had hoped to make the biggest comeback in CPS history...but it was not to be. The EBMRF, which stands for the Epidermolysis Bullosa Medical Research Foundation (YEEESH, that's a mouthful) gets $5000 for Scott's tremendous effort.

But, now, it's the TV shrink and the comedianne for that silver chip and the seat at the Final Table! Who will join Jason Alexander and Brad Garrett? Let's SHUFFLE UP AND DEAL!

J.K. Simmons $25,600
Bonnie Hunt $24,400

Blinds are now $3000 (SB) and $5000 (BB).

Bonnie (D) (SB) J.K. (BB)
7♥ 4♥ 5♥ 5♦
Calls $19,400
32% 66%
FLOP: J♥ Q♠ 7♦
90% 9%
88% 5%
There's a 7% chance of a tie; a Jack will give them both Queens and Jacks with a seven kicker. J.K. has a better chance of splitting the pot than winning it outright.
COMMUNITY: J♥ Q♠ 7♦ Q♣ 8♥
Q♠ Q♣ 7♥ 7♦ J♥ Q♠ Q♣ 5♥ 5♦ J♥
WIN $48,800

J.K. (D) (SB) Bonnie (BB)
Since J.K is all-in with the Small Blind, we just turn the cards over for a $2400 pot.
J♥ 8♦ 7♥ 6♥
Calls $1200
61% 38%
FLOP: K♠ 3♥ 9♥
50% 49%
Bonnie has a flush draw.
68% 32%
RIVER: 10♣
K♠ K♦ J♥ 10♣ 9♥ K♠ K♦ 10♣ 9♥ 7♥
WIN $2400

Bonnie (D) (SB) J.K. (BB)
Again, J.K.'s all-in on a Blind. It's deja vu all over again!
Q♠ 6♦ J♠ 8♠
Calls $2400 ALL-IN
54% 45%
FLOP: 3♠ 2♠ 7♥
51% 49%
68% 32%
All that can save J.K. is a Jack, a spade or...
RIVER: 8♣ 8!
K♦ Q♠ 8♣ 7♥ 6♦ 8♠ 8♣ K♦ J♠  7♥
WIN $4800

J.K. (D) (SB) Bonnie (BB)
K♦ 4♣ J♠ 6♠
Calls $4800
Bonnie had J.K.'s all-in covered with the Big she takes back $200.
55% 44%
FLOP: 7♦ 9♥ 2♦
75% 25%
TURN: 3♣
86% 14%
Still a few outs left for Bonnie. She needs to make a pair.
She did it! She made a pair of sixes and drowned J.K. at the River!
K♦ 9♥ 7♦ 6♦ 4♣ 6♠ 6♦ J♠ 9♥ 7♦

So J.K.'s charity, the Iris House (an AIDS organization in New York City), gets $5000... but Bonnie Hunt lucks out and goes from $2600 to win the not-available-in-gift-shops silver chip! Can she get the Greater Chicago Chapter of the Arthritis Foundation the biggest chunk of the Caddilac(TM) $250,000 Prize Pool? Find out...later!