Championship: Farid Jattin Wins a Dramatic Three-Way All-In; Sheddy Siddiqui Out 24th; Sebastien Guinand Out 23rd

$5,300 SHRPO Championship
$3,000,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts
Level 24:  25,000/50,000 with a 50,000 ante
Players Remaining:  22 of 1,070

Sheddy Siddiqui
Sheddy Siddiqui

Chipleader Farid Jattin raised from the button to 125,000, Sheddy Siddiqui moved all in from the small blind for 790,000, and Sebastien Guinand thought for a while before he moved all in over the top from the big blind for roughly 1,450,000.

Jattin took a look at Guinand’s stack before he called, covering both players. These were their cards in descending order of chip stacks:

Jattin:  JsJd
Guinand:  Ad10d
Siddiqui:  4s4h

The board came As7c2s4dJc — Guinand paired his ace on the flop, Siddiqui turned a set of fours, and Jattin rivered a set of jacks. It was a roller-coaster of emotion, but Jattin won the entire pot with his set of jacks to eliminate both players from the tournament.

Farid Jattin  –  7,600,000  (152 bb)
Sebastien Guinand  –  Eliminated in 23rd Place  ($29,840)
Sheddy Siddiqui  –  Eliminated in 24th Place  ($29,840)

With 22 players remaining from a field of 1,070, the average chip stack is around 1,945,000 (39 big blinds). The remaining players are guaranteed at least $29,840 each.

There will be a one-hour dinner break after Level 26, around 8:20 pm, and action will continue tonight until there are nine players remaining for tomorrow’s final table, scheduled to begin at 12:00 noon.

Sebastien Guinand
Sebastien Guinand