Championship: Brian Altman Doubles Through Mark Dube

$3,500 Championship No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
Level 33: 100,000/200,000/25,000 Ante

Brian Altman
Brian Altman

Brian Altman raised to 450,000 preflop and Mark Dube reraised to 1.3 million. Altman called and the first three cards were dealt Qs8c6c. Dube bet 1.55 million and Altman called.

The turn fell 4s and Dube moved all in. Altman tanked for a minute before calling all in. The two players then revealed their cards.

Altman: 7d5d
Dube: 8d8h

River: 7c

Altman won the hand to double up to 20.65 million and now holds a 2-1 chip lead over Dube, who was left with 10.15 million.

Championship: Kelly Minkin – 3rd Place ($262,912)

$3,500 Championship No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
Level 30: 50,000/100,000/15,000 Ante

Ralph Notaro02112015Final Table Players105 Kelly Minkin

Kelly Minkin moved all in preflop for 1,780,000 from the small blind and Brian Altman called. The two players then tabled their hands.

Altman: 4h4d
Minkin: 9s9c

Board: 6c5h3h9h7c

Minkin was eliminated in third place, good for $262,912 in prize money. Altman stacked up just over 13 million after the hand.

Championship: Greg Rosen – 4th Place ($220,189)

$3,500 Championship No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
Level 30: 50,000/100,000/15,000 Ante

Ralph Notaro02112015Final Table Players127 Rosen Doubles Again
Greg Rosen

Kelly Minkin raised to 300,000 under the gun preflop and Greg Rosen called on the button. Mark Dube and Brian Altman both called from the blinds so we had a family pot between the final four players.

The flop was dealt Qs8s6d and Rosen moved all in for 1.72 million. Altman called but the two other players folded. Rosen flipped over Ah6h and he would need help against the QdJd of Altman.

The turn and river were dealt 4cJd and Rosen was eliminated in fourth place. He took home $220,189 in prize money. Altman stacked up 10.13 million after the hand.

Ralph Notaro02112015Final Table Players132 Rosen Eliminated