2011 World Series of Poker Europe

Event #7: €10,400 Main Event Championship
Dias: 5
Event Info

2011 World Series of Poker Europe

Resultados Finais
Mão Vencedora
Event Info
Informações do Nível
50,000 / 100,000

Moorman Struggling in This Sequence

Nível 27 : 30,000/60,000, 10,000 ante
Chris Moorman
Chris Moorman

Hand #114: Dermot Blain had the button, and there was just one big blind. Chris Moorman raised, and Elio Fox made the call to see a flop. It came {Q-Spades} {Q-Diamonds} {7-Clubs}, and Moorman checked. Fox took his cue to stab at the pot with 150,000, and Moorman didn't waste any time folding.

Hand #115: There was a dead button behind Dermot Blain, and Elio Fox raised to 120,000. Chris Moorman defended his big blind, and the flop brought {9-Spades} {Q-Hearts} {6-Clubs} for the two men. Moorman checked, Fox checked it back, and the {9-Clubs} paired the board on fourth street. When Moorman checked again, Fox took his cue to make the delayed continuation bet of 165,000, and one again, Moorman quickly folded.

Hand #116: Moritz Kranich had the button, and Brian Roberts took a walk in the big blind.

Hand #117: Chris Moorman had the button, and he opened the pot to 135,000. Roberts announced a reraise, and he doubled the bet to 270,000 total. Moorman peeked out of the corner of his eye, but once again, he could not get into this pot. He folded again.

Hand #118: Brian Roberts had the button. In the cutoff, Chris Moorman raised to 135,000, and they finally let him have a pot in this sequence.

Hand #119: Elio Fox had the button. Under the gun, Chris Moorman made his open to 135,000 again, and the action froze on Fox. He's got a great thinking pose, and he considered for a bit before reraising to 310,000. Moorman could not call.

Hand #120: Dermot Blain had the button. When the table folded around to the blinds, Moritz Kranich shoved all in for about 1.2 million total. In the big, Chris Moorman squeezed out a favorable {K-Clubs} {Q-Clubs} and made the call, and Kranich's {Q-Spades} {J-Diamonds} was in a bad spot. The at-risk player missed the {7-Hearts} {10-Hearts} {2-Spades} flop, but the turn {9-Hearts} gave him a few extra outs to the win. He was looking for an eight or a king to find the unlikely double, and the river {8-Diamonds} fit those criteria rather nicely. Moorman was forced to pay off a debt of 1.175 million, and Kranich is back in the game!

Tags: Brian RobertsChris MoormanElio FoxMoritz Kranich