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Gimbel Makes a Misstep

Harrison Gimbel

We picked up the action on the flop in a heads-up pot between Harrison Gimbel and the gentleman on his left. The board showed {10-Diamonds} {J-Diamonds} {4-Spades}, and Gimbel had either bet or raised to 13,300. Mr. Opponent raised to 38,000, and Gimbel clicked it right back to 62,700 total with a minimum raise. The call came, and the {6-Diamonds} landed on the turn.

Mr. Opponent had 80,500 chips left in front of him, and Gimbel made a covering shove to put him to the test. When the call came after just a few seconds, Gimbel sunk in his chair. He sheepishly tabled his {A-Clubs} {2-Diamonds}, and he was already drawing dead to the {K-Diamonds} {Q-Diamonds} of his neighbor.

Gimbel paid off his debt after the {K-Hearts} river, and he's been dashed all the way down to about 140,000 chips now.

Chip stacks
Harrison Gimbel us 140,000 -165,000

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