This is the 14th time that Lauren Kling has cashed at the World Series of Poker, her best result coming in 2013 when she finished 387th in the Main Event, a result that netted the Las Vegas resident $28,063. For Kling to better that result in this event, she'll need to reach the final table.
One way she will be able to achieve that goal is knowing when to go with a hand and when to fold one. She did the latter a short while ago when she raised to 13,000 from under the gun and faced an all-in bet of 99,500 from the big blind. Kling tanked for over a minute before releasing her hand back to the dealer.
Kling looked genuinely pained in her decision making and looked to have made a big lay down.