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 and turned over , which ended up being just good enough against the big blind’s . 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.