The player in the cutoff raised to 150,000, Walter Bravo moved all in from the small blind for 320,000, and Lance Moody tanked for a while before calling from the big blind. The cutoff paused for only a moment or two before he also called.
There was 1,010,000 in the main pot, and any further betting would create a side pot.
The two players still in action checked all the way down on a board of , and it was time for the showdown.
Lance Moody: (ace high with a king)
Walter Bravo: (ace high with a nine)
Moody won the pot with ace high and his king kicker, and the player in the cutoff mucked. Bravo was eliminated in 114th place.
Lance Moody – 1,375,000 (28 bb)
Walter Bravo – Eliminated in 114th Place ($3,050)
With 113 players remaining from a field of 7,703, the average chip stack is around 1,365,000 (27 big blinds). The field is in the money, with the remaining players guaranteed at least $3,050 each.