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Heimiller Doubles Back To Life

It was Dan Heimiller's turn to be all in this heads up match. Michael Chow raised preflop, and Heimiller called. Dan check-called a bet on the {10-Diamonds}{5-Diamonds}{2-Diamonds} flop, his hand shaking as he slid out one of his last precious stacks of pink chips. Heimiller checked again after the {k-Hearts} appeared on the turn, and Chow bet. Heimiller moved all in for only another 30,000 on top of the 200,000 bet. Turns out it was a cooler of a flop. Heimiller showed {k-Diamonds}{7-Hearts}{7-Clubs}{3-Diamonds} for a flopped flush with a low draw. Chow had flopped top set with {10-Spades}{10-Hearts}{8-Spades}{2-Hearts}.

His rail chanted for the board to pair, but their pleas were drowned out by the screams from across the room where Michael Mizrachi was busy winning the $50k Players' Championship. The dealer must not have heard the request, because the {q-Clubs} on the river failed to pair the board. Heimiller doubled back into contention.

Tags: Dan HeimillerMichael Chow

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