Hand #175: Elio Fox had the button. He raised to 200,000, and Chris Moorman folded.
Hand #176: Chris Moorman had the button. He opened to 200,000 himself, and Elio Fox defended his big blind. The flop came , and Fox checked to the raiser. Moorman repeated the same 200,000, and Fox folded.
Hand #177: Elio Fox had the button, and he raised the minimum again. Moorman came along to the flop this time, and Fox bet 225,000. He was called without too much delay, and Moorman checked the turn as well. Fox kept the heat on with another 550,000 chips, and Moorman stared down at the board for a minute. Then, he folded.
Hand #178: Chris Moorman had the button, and he raised to 200,000. Elio Fox placed one more plaque into the pot to see the flop, and it came . When Fox checked, Moorman bet 200,000, and he won the pot with no drama.
Hand #179: Elio Fox had the button, and he gave Chris Moorman the first walk of this heads-up duel.
Hand #180: Chris Moorman had the button, and a raise to 200,000 earned him the pot.
Hand #181: Elio Fox had the button, and this time he raised to 200,000 to win Moorman's big blind and ante.
Hand #182: Chris Moorman had the button, and he raised to -- you guessed it -- 200,000. Elio Fox called this time, and the flop came . Check-check, and the landed on the turn. Fox led out with 260,000 there, and the put three threes on board. Fox froze in his thinking pose for about a bit before checking, and Moorman began stacking out chips. He threw 420,000 of them into the pot, and Fox couldn't call.
Hand #183: Elio Fox had the button, and 200,000 was enough to end the hand.
Hand #184: Chris Moorman had the button, and he opened to 200,000. Elio Fox pulled back his blind and slid out a reraise to 550,000 total. Moorman only spent about 20 seconds mulling it over before making the call. The flop came , and that's a c-bet flop. Fox put out 525,000, and Moorman ducked out.