Scottish Pro Shows Poker Skills And Wins in Loganlea
Jan 22, 2014
Gary Galloway, poker champ from Scotland, showed his skills and won in the second week of poker playing at Loganlea, Australia.
This great gambling news continues with the current ranking that changed after Galloway’s win, helping him to become second, 190 points behind Stuart Main, the leader at the moment.
Gary’s winning game was against Gavin Garner, who pushed with K-J, hoping of buying the blinds. However, with A-10 Galloway considered his hand was strong enough to call. Then Garner paired his Jack on the flop, but Galloway hit an Ace on the turn to take the hand.
This victory gave Galloway 2730 points, and Garner received 1750 points and moved up in the ranking.
All players showed their winning intentions from the start
First to go was Ali Izat who locked horns with Ronnie Mushet and Galloway. Galloway had pushed and received an all in push from Mushet. Afterwards, a call from Izat made Galloway fold.
Next was Barry Fegus, who with an A-9 pushed his chips in the middle after Galloway raised. This time Galloway called with K-10 and all was looking good for Fergus, but not for long.
Frank Cassidy went next, followed by Ronnie Mushet when his bluff with 5-6 was called by Dan Priester, who turned A high that held. He took the fourth place after raising with A-K and Galloway pushed. Then Priester called but Galloway hit quad 9s and won over Preister.
After the first two weeks of sessions, Galloway showed his exquisite poker tricks and is currently the favorite for the title.