Hand #98: From the small blind, Randy Dorfman moved all in.
"Ok, how much is that?" asked David Gorr.
"It's about one [million]" responded Dorfman.
The dealer stepped in and stated that Dorfman's stacks weren't in the usual twenty-chip stacks, and once it was broken down, it amounted to roughly 1,300,000.
"I apologize. I'm so sorry." added Dorfman.
Gorr deliberated for an additional thirty seconds before announcing a call.
With Dorfman in the lead, the flop kept it that way and left him needing to fade an ace or backdoor clubs or nines.
The on the turn was another blank for Dorfman, but when someone is running hot, they're running hot as the dinked on the river.
"Good luck, take it down!" stated Dorfman to Gorr as they shook hands.
Gorr now has half of the chips in play; roughly 7,200,000!
David Gorr, Randy Dorfman.
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