$50,000 Super High Roller$1,000,000 Guaranteed | Payouts Level 12: 2,500/5,000 with a 500 ante Players Remaining: 9 of 19 Kathy Lehne
Kathy Lehne was down to just a single T25,000 chip when she moved all in from middle position. Action folded to Tom Marchese in the big blind, and he called to put Lehne at risk.
Everyone at the table seems to enjoy the company of Kathy Lehne, and Rainer Kempe offered a quiet, “Good luck,” before the run-out.
“Thanks!” Marchese answered for himself with a laugh.
The board ran out
, and Marchese won the flop. He ended with a Broadway straight, eliminating Lehne in ninth place.
Tom Marchese – 210,000 (42 bb)
Kathy Lehne – Eliminated
$50,000 Super High Roller$1,000,000 Guaranteed | Payouts Level 11: 2,000/4,000 with a 500 ante Players Remaining: 9 of 19 Super High Roller Final Table
Right near the end of Level 11, the field was reduced to nine players, and they drew for new seats for the last time.
Here’s the final table lineup:
Seat 1: Ivan Luca – 380,000 (95 bb)
Seat 2: David Peters – 275,000 (69 bb) Seat 3: Chance Kornuth – 362,500 (91 bb) Seat 4: Jake Schindler – 301,500 (75 bb) Seat 5: Kathy Lehne – 49,500 (12 bb) Seat 6: Nick Schulman – 460,000 (115 bb) Seat 7: Bryn Kenney – 140,000 (35 bb) Seat 8: Rainer Kempe – 220,000 (55 bb) Seat 9: Tom Marchese – 190,000 (48 bb)
And here are the prizes awaiting the final four:
2nd: $260,000 3rd: $180,000 4th: $120,000
$50,000 Super High Roller$1,000,000 Guaranteed | Payouts Level 11: 2,000/4,000 with a 500 ante Players Remaining: 11 of 19 Jason Koon
Over on Table 2, Jason Koon three-bet shoved for about a starting stack. Jake Schinder woke up with a big hand in the big blind, and he joined the pot to chase away the raiser and put Koon at risk.
The board ran out
, and Schindler’s kings held to eliminate Koon in 11th place.
Just a moment later, Table 1 dropped a player, too. Sam Soverel took his stand with about 50,000 chips and
, and Ivan Luca put him risk with the dominating .
The board ran out
, and Luca’s kicker played to earn him the pot. Soverel was eliminated in 10th place, and the final nine players drew for new seats around the final table. Sam Soverel
Jason Koon –
Eliminated Sam Soverel – Eliminated
$50,000 Super High Roller$1,000,000 Guaranteed | Payouts Level 11: 2,000/4,000 with a 500 ante Players Remaining: 12 of 19 Isaac Haxton
Down to less than 10 big blinds, Isaac Haxton got the last of his short stack into the middle first in from the button. Big stack Nick Schulman called in the big blind to put him at risk.
and shrugged at his fortunes.
“Of course!” Schulman feigned frustration, tabling
Haxton flopped top set on the
, and he had his double all but locked up. Schulman couldn’t help asking the dealer for a five, though, mostly in jest.
The turn wasn’t a five, but the
froze the chatter and made everyone’s eyes open wide for a moment. Sure enough, the ripped off the deck on the river, and Haxton could only shrug once again.
Schulman won the pot in unlikely fashion, running down aces full to eliminate Haxton in 12th place.
Nick Schulman – 410,000 (103 bb)
Isaac Haxton – Eliminated
$50,000 Super High Roller$1,000,000 Guaranteed | Payouts Level 11: 2,000/4,000 with a 500 ante Players Remaining: 12 of 19
Bryn Kenney and Isaac Haxton were heads-up to the river of a
board. There was just about 60,000 in the pot, and Kenney moved all in or 78,500 out of position. Haxton spent a long while in the tank, then called to put Kenney at risk.
for top pair, top kicker.
“That’ll do it,” Haxton said, revealing his inferior
Kenney doubled up, leaving Haxton’s as the shortest stack in the field.
Bryn Kenney – 220,000 (55 bb)
Isaac Haxton – 29,000 (7 bb)