Shaun Deeb and Chris Moorman are two of the most prolific online tournament players of the last five years, and the two have been sitting next two each other all day today. We just walked in on a big pot in which Moorman lost a lot of his chips, but luckily he was still smiling after getting crippled.
"If you wanna know how much Moorman has just look at this stack," Deeb said as he showed us a stack of chips containing the exact amount his rival had left. During that hand the following happened.
The player on the button raised to 600 and Moorman opted to three-bet from the big blind to 1,675. The button tanked for a bit before moving all in for 9,825 and with a wry smile on his face Moorman threw in the chips.
"Sixes again?," Deeb laughed at Moorman who couldn't keep a straight face himself. The board ran out knocking Moorman all the way down to just 2,700.
"I should've just set mined," Moorman said and Deeb started laughing again.
"But you still have ten big blinds left now," Deeb added to the banter and Moorman replied instantly.
"That's why I called. I got a 'get out of jail free card!'," Moorman said.
Both players kept going at it, and Deeb had the amount of chips ready in order to snap his opponent of in the upcoming blind battle. The player on the button wasn't gonna waste his opportunity to raise and made it 700. Moorman checked his cards and, as expected, moved all in. Deeb enquired about the button's stack but opted to lay this one down.
The player on the button probably wasn't paying attention to what just had happened to Moorman as he said, "I probably can't even fold for that much". Deeb and Moorman both started laughing again as the young kid realized his button raise probably wasn't the best move considering Moorman's short stack. After a while he folded and Moorman added some much needed chips to his stack without showdown.
Before we ran back to our laptop Deeb told his chips mainly came from Moorman when he four-bet all in for 45 big blinds in a button-small blind clash. Deeb called off with and doubled through, the hand you could've guessed, pocket sixes.