$2,400 NLHE Main Event (Re-Entry)
Level 21: 6,000/12,000/2,000 Ante
Players Remaining: 10
Hand 1: Action folds around to seat 4 Michael Lerner in the small blind, who makes it 27,000 to go. Seat 5, Joan Sandoval, in the big blind reraises to 52,000, which Lerner calls. The flop comes . Lerner bets 52,000, Sandoval folds, and Michael Lerner takes the pot.
Hand 2: Dorian Rios opened from middle position in seat 10, and Joan Sandoval called from the small blind. The flop came :Kx :7x :7x. Sandoval put out a small raise which Rios called. The turn was a third :7x, and the action checked through. A river blank meant Sandoval bet on the river, and Rios called. Sandoval turned over :Ax :Kx, and takes down the second pot of the day with her full house.
Hand 3: Rios and Sandoval got into it again, this time for a little less with Sandoval on the button. both players paired their kicker cards on the hand, but Rios’ :Ax :Jx defeated Sandoval’s :Ax :7x.
Hand 4: Michael Lerner raised from the hijack to 27,000, which Jose Montes called from the big blind. The flop came out . Montes checked, and Lerner fired 31,000. Montes called. The turn brought . Montes checked, Lerner bet 60,000, Montes called. The river was , both players checked. Montes turned over , and won the pot.
Hand 5: John Ott in seat 6 opened from late position, and with no customers took down the blinds and antes.
Hand 6: Michael Lerner opened from middle position, and with no customers took down the blinds and antes.
Hand 7: Jim Beadnell in seat 3 made it 30,000 from early position. Action folded to Stephen Deutsch in seat 9 on the button, who raised to 80,000. Beadnell called to see a flop of . Beadnell checked, Deutsch bet 90,000, and took down the pot.
Hand 8: The biggest pot of the day occurred when Jim Beadnell opened from under the gun, and both Joan Sandoval and Steve Karp called from middle position and the big blind respectively. The flop came , and after a check from Karp then Beadnell bet 75,000. Sandoval called and Karp folded. The turn brought . Beadnell made it 150,000, and Sandoval called. A river brought another 150,000 from Beadnell, which Sandoval also called. Jim Beadnell rolls over , Sandoval mucks, and Beadnell crosses over 1,000,000 with the big pot.