$2,400 NLHE Main Event (Re-Entry)
Level 26: 20,000/40,000/5,000 Ante
Players Remaining: 7, then 6
Hand 101: Dorian Rios collects the walk, his second of the final table and the third overall.
Hand 102: John Ott bets 100,000, and wins 100,000 in blinds and antes.
Hand 104: Joan Sandoval makes it 100,000, but Dorian Rios reraises to 225,000. Joan chooses to call. flop brings a check from Sandoval. Dorian Rios makes it 140,000 to go, which is plenty to make Joan fold. Rios flashes a pair of Kings and a smile before sending them back to the dealer.
Hand 105: Stephen Deutsch opens for 85,000. Jim Beadnell and Joan Sandoval both call. The flop comes . After Sandoval checks, Deutsch makes it 110,000. Jim Beadnell makes it 300,000. After Sandoval gets out of dodge, Deutsch elects to make the call. on the turn. Deutsch checks, and when action got to Beadnell he asks Deutsch how much he has left. “About 300,000,” is the answer, which was a good enough answer to put Deutsch all in.
“Ugh I have such a good hand!” said Deutsch. “I don’t know what to do. I flopped two pair…”
Deutsch ultimately makes the fold, and Beadnell shows :Ax :Kx for posterity.
Hand 106: Michael Lerner raises to 100,000 on the button. John Ott calls out of the big blind for the discount to see a flop of . Ott checks to Lerner, who bets 85,000. Ott folds, Lerner collects the pot.
Hand 107: Joan Sandoval, on the button, places a 80,000 chip minbet into the pot, and Stephen Deutsch goes all in. Sandoval calls.
A miracle straight on the river doubles up Deutsch to a little less than 1,000,000. Joan is crippled to 80,000 after the suckout.
Hand 108: John Ott raises to 100,000, after which Dorian reraised to 240,000 and took down the pot.
Hand 109: Dorian Rios and John Ott see a cheap flop of . Rios checks to Ott, who also checks. elicits a check from Rios, but a 100,000 bet from Ott causes Rios to fold and Ott takes the pot.