$200+$30 Deepest Stack NLH (Re-Entry)
End of Level 10: (600/1200/1300)
Re-entry is ending in minutes – time to get in.
On 24, two big pots reshaped the tournament lead.
First, Dan Green opened to 2500 and got a respectable six callers. He bravely led into the , picking up Freddy Peralta. However, a player behind him now jammed all in for 65,000.
Dan tank folded and the action came back to Peralta. He glanced repeatedly at the all-in player, and double checked the board, not wanting to be fooled into paying off any random you might run into multiway.
Finally, aided by the preflop raiser’s fold, Freddy made the call, and got the good news. It was the flush draw he was hoping to see, the that provides a deadly attraction to many players. Freddy faded the draw and the king, and now was around 200,000.
Then, more action. A min-raise, and a short stack shove. Peralta is dealt on the button – pretty sweet. Much like Hilton in Event 22, Peralta flatted to keep the targets in, and they did stay, as two other players find a call.
On the , it checks to Peralta, who now bets 16,500 into the sidepot. Somehow, both players find calls, with one player essentally all-in, now creating the potential for a second sidepot.
The turn is somehow an action card, and it goes check bet shove call. The preflop shortstack is drawing dead with an ace rag, the first flop caller has a hopeful , and the turn shover has for a turned flush draw gone wild.
Peralta fades it all on a river, knocking out three at once and rising to over 300,000 – likely the chip lead, as the big stacks are hovering around 200,000 at the moment.
Stephen Moy sits alone.