Not everybody loves a chopped pot

Ace-Jack-Off vs. Ace-Jack-Off all-in preflop – that’s a chop, right? Normally it is. But not always. Leif Jensen just got lucky when he was all-in with his last chips (a few big blinds) with A J against Peter Krisko’s A J . The board ran out 8 2 4 9 10 giving Jensen the better flush. He more than doubled up and has a bit more breathing now with 16k chips (which is still only 16 Big Blinds).