Event 1: John Two-Bears Doubles Thru Brian Mancilla; Brian Mancilla Lays Down Queens Preflop; Ronald Campillo Doubles Thru Ben Boston

$400 Deep Stack NLH (Re-Entry)
$1,000,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts
Level 37:  300,000/600,000 with a 600,000 ante
Players Remaining:  6 of 4,699

John Two-Bears
John Two-Bears

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 AdQh.

Two-Bears turned over Jc10c and said, “Good luck me.”

The board came 7h6h3c10d6s, 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)

Brian Mancilla
Brian Mancilla

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 QsQd face up. Catinchi turned over AxKx as he took the pot.

Pedro Catinchi  –  20,750,000  (35 bb)
Brian Mancilla  –  16,100,000  (27 bb)

Ronald Campillo
Ronald Campillo

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 9s7s. Campillo turned over KhQd, and he needed his hand to hold to stay alive.

The board came As10s8d4c8h — 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.