Event #8: $1,500 Millionaire Maker No-Limit Hold'em
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Hands #168-172: Dimmig Scores The Double

[user38873] • Level 36: 200,000-400,000, 50,000 ante
Jonathan Dimmig

Hand #168: Raised pot pre flop from Jeffrey Coburn and James Duke called. Coburn followed up the {2-Spades}{J-Hearts}{Q-Diamonds} flop with a continuation bet of 1 million and that was enough to win the pot.

Hand #169: Raise and take it for Coburn, nobody wanted to call his 950,000.

Hand #170: Jonathan Dimmig raised to 900,000 and that did the trick.

Hand #171: Dimmig made it 800,000 to go and both opponents called. On the {Q-Clubs}{Q-Diamonds}{5-Spades} flop, Duke bet 1.4 million and was met with a min-raise to 2.8 million by Dimmig. Coburn surrendered and Duke asked his opponent “How much you got behind?”

Duke took about two minutes and then called. The {4-Clubs} turn saw Duke leading for 2 million and Dimmig ended up folding his cards. Some guys on the rail came up with a “Duuuuuke” followed by “Show the bluff.” Duke simply sent his cards to the dealer.

Hand #172: Duke wasn’t done yet with stacking the chips of the previous hand and raised to 900,000. Dimmig moved all in and Duke once again asked for a count. It was 4,275,000 in total and now Duke started stacking the remaining chips to have a better idea of his stack size.

Duke called after he was done stacking and then some more. It was off to the races:

Duke: {Q-Hearts}{J-Spades}
Dimmig: {4-Hearts}{4-Diamonds}

The {5-Hearts}{3-Spades}{2-Diamonds} was great for Dimmig as he now had an open ended straight draw as well. However, the {Q-Clubs} showed up on the turn. The rail erupted and the dealer delivered the {6-Clubs} for an even bigger cheer of the rail from Dimmig. He doubled up and the field is more even again.

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