Heads-up in Hold'em

The Money

These days it seems like all the high-stakes action online is on PLO tables. So to mix things up a bit, here's a hand from a heads-up NL Hold'em match.

Throughout this match, this was the largest hand in the nosebleed session. Current action going down, biggest pots of the day or month and stats for any online player can be found in our MarketPulse section.

Here's the hand:

Table Setup

Seat 1: INTERNET POKERS ($60,295.50)

Seat 2: Brian Hastings ($68,292)

INTERNET POKERS posts the small blind of $200

Brian Hastings posts the big blind of $400

The button is in seat #1

Pre-Flop

INTERNET POKERS raises to $1,200

Brian Hastings calls $800

Flop [J 6 6]

Brian Hastings checks

INTERNET POKERS has 15 seconds left to act

INTERNET POKERS bets $2,000

Brian Hastings raises to $6,000

INTERNET POKERS has 15 seconds left to act

INTERNET POKERS calls $4,000

Turn [J 6 6] [K]

Brian Hastings has 15 seconds left to act

Brian Hastings bets $10,400

INTERNET POKERS has 15 seconds left to act

INTERNET POKERS has requested TIME

INTERNET POKERS calls $10,400

River [J 6 6 K] [K]

Brian Hastings has 15 seconds left to act

Brian Hastings has requested TIME

Brian Hastings bets $25,200

INTERNET POKERS calls $25,200

Showdown

Brian Hastings shows [T K] a full house, kings full of sixes

INTERNET POKERS mucks

Brian Hastings wins the pot ($85,599.50) with a full house, kings full of sixes

INTERNET POKERS adds $22,504.50

It always sucks to lose to a runner-runner, but in the heads-up play especially, all players know it's just part of the game. It won't be long before you see INTERNET POKERS raking in some of the day's largest pots.

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