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Shoving, Walking and Pocket Jacks

Posted 2011-01-29 GMT+11 • Level 27

Hand #370: James Keys received a walk in the big blind.

Hand #371: James Keys made it 250,000 to go only to have David Gorr move all in.

"It's good!" announced Keys as he mucked his hand.

"Ok that was expensive!" added Keys.

Hand #372: James Keys received a walk in the big blind.

Hand #373: James Keys opened with a 200,000-chip min-raise to force David Gorr's cards into the muck.

Hand #374: James Keys received a walk in the big blind.

Hand #375: James Keys opened to 200,000 and David Gorr made the call to see a {3-Hearts}{2-Clubs}{k-Spades} flop fall with both players checking to see the {Q-Spades} land on the turn.

Both players checked again, and when the {8-Hearts} landed on the river, Gorr led for 200,000. Keys called, but when shown the {J-Hearts}{J-Spades} of Gorr, he mucked his hand.

Gorr Doubles Back

Posted 2011-01-29 GMT+11 • Level 27
David Gorr
David Gorr

Hand #359: James Keys gave David Gorr a walk.

Hand #360: David Gorr raised to 250,000 from the button and won the pot.

Hand #361: james Keys raised all in from the button and David Gorr folded {9-}{6-} from the big blind.

Hand #362: David Gorr raised to 250,000 from the button and James Keys folded.

Hand #363: James Keys gave David Gorr a walk.

Hand #364: David Gorr raised to 250,000 from the button and James Keys moved all in from the big blind. Gorr folded and Keys won the pot.

Hand #365: James Keys moved all in from the button and David Gorr folded.

Hand #366: David Gorr gave James Keys a walk in the big blind.

Hand #367: James Keys gave David Gorr a walk.

Hand #368: James Keys' turn to get a walk.

Hand #369: James Keys moved all in from the small blind and David Gorr called from the big blind. The cards were tabled.

Gorr: {K-Hearts}{J-Clubs}
Keys: {K-Diamonds}{3-Diamonds}

The board ran out {J-Hearts}{10-Hearts}{4-Diamonds}{6-Diamonds}{A-Hearts} and Gorr was able to double back to just under two million in chips.

Massive Double for Keys

Posted 2011-01-29 GMT+11 • Level 27
James Keys
James Keys

Hand #357: James Keys made it 250,000 from the button and David Gorr folded.

Hand #358: David Gorr made it 250,000 from the button and James Keys made the call to see a {5-Spades}{3-Hearts}{K-Diamonds} flop fall.

Keys led for 350,000 and Gorr quickly made the call as the {2-Spades} rolled off on the turn and Keys pushed out 850,000 into the pot. A semi-dejected looking Gorr looked down at his chips, then at Keys, and then back at his chips before announcing a raise to 4,000,000.

Keys squirmed in his seat before moving all in with Gorr quickly announcing a call.

Keys: {K-Clubs}{5-Clubs}
Gorr: {A-Clubs}{K-Spades}

With Keys in the lead, he would have to fade seven cards in the deck - any four or ace - and as the rail screamed for numerous cards, the {J-Diamonds} rolled off on the river to ensure Keys the double for his 6,055,000 in chips.

As Keys raked in that pot to move to 13,310,000, Gorr was left with just 1,160,000 in chips.

Full House Over Flush for Keys

Posted 2011-01-29 GMT+11 • Level 27
Heads-up from above
Heads-up from above

Hand #354: David Gorr gave a walk to James Keys.

Hand #355: James keys raised to 250,000 and won the pot.

Hand #356: David Gorr raised to 250,000. James Keys made the call and off to a flop they went.

The flop came down {10-Clubs}{6-Clubs}{4-Clubs} and both players checked to see the {10-Diamonds} pair the board on the turn. Keys slid out 350,000 and Gorr raised to 850,000. Action moved back to Keys facing a 500,000-chip raise. Keys made the call.

The {10-Spades} tripped up the board on the river. Both players checked and the hands were opened.

Keys tabled the {6-Hearts}{5-Spades} for a full house. He went runner-runner on the flopped flush Gorr held with the {Q-Clubs}{8-Clubs}. Keys is back to around seven million in chips and this thing looks to be just about dead even.

All About Keys

Posted 2011-01-29 GMT+11 • Level 27

Hand #347: James Keys received a walk in the big blind.

Hand #348: James Keys made it 250,000 preflop before David Gorr three-bet to 600,000 from the big blind. Keys contemplated for a few moments before folding.

Hand #349: James Keys received a walk in the big blind.

Hand #350: David Gorr received a walk in the big blind.

Hand #351: James Keys made it 250,000 to go preflop before David Gorr passed.

Hand #352: James Keys received a walk in the big blind.

Hand #353: James Keys made it 250,000 from the button and David Gorr made the call to see the {7-Diamonds}{Q-Spades}{5-Clubs} flop fall.

Gorr checked and Keys continued for 320,000 to prompt a fold from Gorr.

Big River Bet from Keys

Posted 2011-01-29 GMT+11 • Level 27

Hand #342: David Gorr got a walk in the big blind.

Hand #343: David Gorr raised to 250,000 from the button. James Keys reraised to 650,000 from the big blind. Gorr folded and Keys won the pot.

Hand #344: James Keys raised to 250,000 and David Gorr called to see the flop come down {8-Clubs}{8-Diamonds}{7-Hearts}. Gorr checked and Keys checked.

The turn brought the {3-Hearts} and and Keys folded to a 500,000-chip bet from Gorr.

Hand #345: James Keys got a walk.

Hand #346: James Keys raised to 250,000 from the button and David Gorr called to see the flop come down {A-Clubs}{Q-Spades}{5-Diamonds}. Both players checked.

The turn brought the {3-Diamonds} and Gorr check-raised Key's bet of 320,000 to 800,000. Keys made the call.

The river completed the board with the {9-Clubs}. Gorr checked and Keys fired 1.25 million. Gorr folded and Keys won the pot.

Chop It Up; Are You Serious?

Posted 2011-01-29 GMT+11 • Level 27
David Gorr sweating the board cards
David Gorr sweating the board cards

Hand #337: James Keys received a walk in the big blind.

Hand #338: James Keys raised to 250,000 and David Gorr quickly released.

Hand #339: James Keys received a walk in the big blind.

Hand #340: David Gorr received a walk in the big blind.

Hand #341: David Gorr opened to 250,000 from the button only to have James Keys three-bet to 650,000 from the big blind. Gorr instantly called to see a {10-Clubs}{8-Clubs}{9-Diamonds} flop fall and Keys continue for 925,000.

Gorr rested his his head in his right hand as he contemplated a decision before moving all in after two minutes of deliberation. Keys didn't hesitate too long before calling to be at risk.

Keys: {A-Diamonds}{J-Diamonds}
Gorr: {A-Spades}{10-Hearts}

With Keys trailing, he managed to spike the {7-Clubs} on the turn to take the lead with a straight, but when the river landed the {J-Hearts}, both players chopped the pot up to return play to where it has been for two hours already.

Trading Back and Forth

Posted 2011-01-29 GMT+11 • Level 27

Hand #319: James Keys got a walk.

Hand #320: James Keys raised to 250,000 and won the pot.

Hand #321: David Gorr raised to 250,000 and won the pot.

Hand #322: James Keys' turn to raise to 250,000 from the button and win the pot.

Hand #323: David Gorr raised to 250,000. James Keys folded.

Hand #324: Walk for David Gorr.

Hand #325: David Gorr gave James Keys a walk.

hand #326: James Keys raised to 250,000 and won the hand.

Hand #327: James Keys got a walk.

Hand #328: James Keys raised to 250,000 and won the pot.

Hand #329: David Gorr announced, "There's that 92 again," and folded, giving james Keys a walk.

Hand #330: James Keys raised to 250,000 and won the hand.

Hand #331: James Keys got a walk in the big blind.

Hand #332: James Keys raised to 250,000 from the button and David Gorr came back over the top with a reraise to 600,000. Keys folded.

Hand #333: David Gorr gave it up and a walk was awarded to James Keys.

Hand #334: James Keys made it 250,000 to go from the button and won the pot.

Hand #335: David Gorr had the button and mucked, giving James Keys a walk.

Hand #336: James Keys had the button and made it 250,000 to go. David Gorr called to see the flop of {10-Diamonds}{5-Clubs}{4-Clubs}. Gorr bet 250,000 and Keys raised to 700,000. Gorr tanked for a minute and then gave it up.

All Gorr

Posted 2011-01-29 GMT+11 • Level 27
David Gorr
David Gorr

Hand #313: David Gorr had the button to start the action after break. He raised to 250,000 and won the pot.

Hand #314: James Keys raised to 250,000 from the button and David Gorr reraised to one million even. "Too much," said Keys and tossed his hand away.

Hand #315: David Gorr raised and won from the button. He's won all three pots since break.

Hand #316: James Keys gave David Gorr a walk. Four in a row for Gorr now.

Hand #317: James Keys got a walk.

Hand #318: James Keys raised to 250,000 and David Gorr called. The flop came down {K-Spades}{5-Clubs}{3-Spades} and Gorr checked. Keys also checked.

The turn brought the {7-Spades} and Gorr bet 400,000. Keys folded and it's been all Gorr since we've come back from break.

Updated Chip Counts

Posted 2011-01-29 GMT+11
Chip Counts
David Gorr 10,070,000 -1,400,000 neg
James Keys 4,400,000 1,400,000 pos
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