$100 + $25 No Limit Hold’Em Deep Stack
Less than 150 players remain in Event 1 and the short stacks have clamped down on their starting hand range trying to make at least a min-cash. It takes a big hand to put a lot of chips at risk and Table 41 showed down a big one.
Kamini McKoy opened from middle position before Dan Losey came over the top all-in. He was called by Martin Canero on the button before Willie Wiggins pushed put in his 87,000, he was also called for a big three-way pot. Losey was ahead with versus of Wiggins and of Canero.
Three top hands saw the harmless flop but Wiggins picked up a flush draw on the turn. “Who has a spade?” asked the 9-seat before Wiggins spiked his other option for the win with the river for a near triple up. The hand knocked out Losey and left Canero with just over 100,000.
Level 18 is underway with blinds at 3k/6k/500 ante and 144 remaining.