Brian Mancilla raised from the button to 1,400,000, John Two-Bears moved all in from the big blind for 5,175,000, and Mancilla called with .
Two-Bears turned over and said, “Good luck me.”
The board came , and Two-Bears paired his ten on the turn to win the pot and double up in chips.
John Two-Bears – 11,100,000 (22 bb)
Brian Mancilla – 17,500,000 (35 bb)
A few minutes later, Level 36 came to an end, and Level 37 began with increased blinds of 300,000-600,000 and a 600,000 ante.
Pedro Catinchi limped under the gun for 600,000, Mancilla raised from the big blind to 2,600,000, and Catinchi limp-raised all in for more than 17 million.
Mancilla thought for a short while before he folded face up. Catinchi turned over as he took the pot.
Pedro Catinchi – 20,750,000 (35 bb)
Brian Mancilla – 16,100,000 (27 bb)
A little while later, Ben Boston raised from the cutoff to 1,300,000, Ronald Campillo moved all in from the button for 4,800,000, and Boston called with . Campillo turned over , and he needed his hand to hold to stay alive.
The board came — Boston flopped a spade flush draw with an open-ended straight draw, but missed all of his outs. Campillo won the pot with his king to double up in chips.
Ronald Campillo – 11,100,000 (19 bb)
Ben Boston – 20,475,000 (34 bb)
With six players remaining, the average chip stack is about 15,675,000 (26 big blinds), and the next player to bust will earn $55,585.