Action has been steady so far in the Bahamas, and Ronan Gorey has been one of the players who has begun to chip up early.
On a board reading , with about 1,100 in the pot already, Gorey led out for 500 from the small blind. The big blind called.
The river was the . Gorey led out for 650 this time, and his opponent thought for a moment before raising to 3,000. Gorey wasted no time and called.
The big blind tabled for a pair of nines. Gorey revealed for the a straight to the queen, sending the pot his way.