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Ashton Griffin Destroys URnotINdanger2
After a day of swings and no profit, Ashton “theASHMAN103” Griffin sat with URnotINdanger2 heads-up late last night on Full Tilt, taking the unknown regular for almost $400k.
Griffin's day started at $200/$400 Cap Pot-Limit Omaha where he lost $72k in his 160 hand stay at the table. After losing $6k in a quick 10 hands of $25/$50 heads-up PLO, Griffin sat for 470 hands of $100/$200 No-Limit Hold'em Six-max.
Making back $65,872 and cutting his losses to just $13k, Griffin took three and a half hours off before returning to play URnotINdanger2 heads up at $200/$400 NLHE.
The match lasted for 1,085 hands and saw two pots worth over $100k.
Griffin took the largest pot, worth $136k, after raising with one of the worst possible heads-up hands, 2♦ 3♣. The flop came 3♠ 2♠ J♣, giving Griffin bottom two pair against URnotINdanger2's top pair and flush draw with J♠ 9♠.
After a four-bet all in and a call on the flop, URnotINdanger2 could only watch as the 2♥ fell on the turn, giving Griffin a full house and leaving URnotINdanger2 with just two outs to catch up.
URnotINdanger2 missed sucking out on the river, shipping the pot and most of his stack to Griffin.
This latest session moves Griffin into second place among the year's profit leaders with over $2 million made on Full Tilt so far this year.
For the full story on how Griffin got to where he is, head to the PokerListings interview: Ashton Griffin: From Bust to Bobby's Room.
Below are the three largest pots from the heads-up match. For more hand replays, head to our online poker stats page.