1972 WSOP Main Event Final Hand

1972 WSOP Main Event Final Hand

In the big blind, Pearson raised to 700 preflop (blinds were probably 100/200), and Preston called.

Having paired his King on the flop, Preston raised all-in, and Pearson, reasoning that it might be a bluff, called.

With no Six on the turn or river, Amarillo Slim Preston became the 1972 World Series of Poker Champion and took home $80,000.

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