$1,000 No-Limit Hold'em Six Handed

Moorman Stone-Cold Bluffed

• Level 10: 600-1,200, 200 ante

Chris Moorman just got taught a poker lesson by Nino Morotta, and that’s a problem when you’re a big name; players take shots at you for the fame.

Moorman opened from UTG and was called by Morotta and the big blind. The flop fell {4-Hearts}{7-Clubs}{a-Hearts} and Moorman continued for 5,100. Morotta raised to 11,200 which was enough to force out the big blind, but not Moorman who three-bet to 21,500. Call.

The turn came a dangerous looking {9-Hearts} and Moorman thought about what to do before leading for 21,200. Moratta moved all-in for about 50,000 and Moorman snap-folded only to be shown {q-Diamonds}{10-Clubs} for a bluff. Moments after Morotta slammed his bluff cards down onto the felt he was off to look for friends in the cash games to tell his story to.

Tags: Chris MoormanNino Morotta