Carlos Dorca limped under the gun for 60,000, and Tsz Shing raised UTG+1 to 230,000. Ronnie Bardah called from the hijack, James Anderson called from the button, and Dorca called.
All four players checked to the turn on a board of , and Dorca bet 350,000. Shing and Bardah both folded, and Anderson called.
The river card was the , Dorca checked, and Anderson used one of his Time Chips to tank for a while before he moved all in for 2,915,000.
Dorca used two of his Time Chips to tank for more than a minute before he called.
Anderson showed for two pair, jacks and sixes, but his body language showed he clearly knew it wasn’t the winning hand; he was already leaving. Dorca excitedly turned over for a higher two pair, kings and jacks, to eliminate Anderson in 13th place — and take the lead with more than 10 million in chips.
Carlos Dorca – 10,300,000 (172 bb)
James Anderson – Eliminated in 13th Place ($50,510)
With 12 players remaining, the average chip stack is about 5.24 million (87 big blinds), and they are guaranteed to earn at least $63,030 each.
Action is scheduled to continue tonight until the end of Level 29, around 1:00 am.