Aussie Millions Main Event

Keeton Cruising

Action folded to Oliver Gill on the button and he raised to 475, which Sean Keeton called from the small blind. The big blind then exercised his option with a three-bet to 1,575, Gill folded, and Keeton made the call.

Keeton ended up check-calling bets of 2,100, 4,200, and 9,100 as the board ran out {4-Hearts}{2-Diamonds}{6-Spades}{4-Clubs}{9-Clubs} and turned over {Q-Diamonds}{Q-Spades}, which ended up being just good enough against the big blind’s {J-Clubs}{J-Hearts}. With that, Keeton was up to 44,500.

A short time later, Keeton managed to flop a set of nines against Rob Angood, chipping up to 54,000 while his opponent dropped to 16,000.

Chip stacks
54,000 24,000
16,000 -14,000

Tags: Sean KeetonRob Angood