Rob & Amber: Against the Odds

Season 1 Episode 6

Rob Goes AWOL

Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Feb 01, 2007 on FOX Reality Channel
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Rob Goes AWOL
Rob's decision to try to get some extra poker time prevents him from going with Amber to her ten-year high school reunion.

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (5)

      • Rob: I'm gonna fly in in the morning, and I'll be there, and I'll go to the thing Saturday night and then I'll leave Sunday and come back.
        Amber: I don't trust you.

      • Daniel: What I'd really like to do with Rob is sort of teach him how to play monster hands. Anybody can play those hands, but I want to teach him how to get maximum value by trapping your opponent.

      • Rob: As I was drivin' to the Red Rock, I was thinkin' about Amber and her reunion, and my early flight tomorrow morning—and all that pretty much left my head when I walked into the casino.

      • Rob: A little while into my session, I got into a hand with the old guy sitting across from me. Lookin' at the cards on the table and the way this guy was bettin', I was positive he had two pair, and all I had was a flush draw. But I knew that if I hit my card, I was gettin' paid off in a big way. Wouldn't you know, I made my hand. Looks like I'm gonna be takin' a little bit more of his Social Security check this week.

      • Rob: (on getting 4-of-a-kind on the flop) After floppin' a monster, and bein' patient and slow playin' it, I was able to get my hand paid off. Looks like the lessons are workin'.

    • NOTES (1)

      • Portions filmed on location at the Red Rock Casino, the Venetian Resort Hotel Casino, and The Celestial Monkey in Bridgewater, PA.

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Amber mentions that "ever since The Amazing Race, we have had the worst luck with flights," subtly referring to the end of season seven when Rob and Amber were alone on the final flight of the race, with victory near-assured, and though they had pulled away from the gate, Uchenna and Joyce were somehow allowed to board and went on to win.