Event 10: A Few Nice Pots for Cameron Storto

$400 Six-Max No Limit Hold’em (Single Re-Entry)
$50,000 Guaranteed | Structure
Level 8:  400/800 with a 800 ante
Entries:  202

Cameron Storto
Cameron Storto

Trung Pham raised from the cutoff to 1,400, Mark Dube reraised from the small blind to 4,600, and Cameron Storto four-bet it from the big blind to 10,600. Pham quickly folded, and Dube tanked for a long time before he called.

The flop came 9s5s5d, Dube checked, Storto bet 5,800, and Dube folded. Storto took the pot.

Cameron Storto  –  61,000  (102 bb)
Mark Dube  –  30,000  (50 bb)

Their table broke after that hand, and soon after that the blinds increased to 400-800. Then Storto got involved in another pretty big pot.

After a flop of AcQh2c, Storto bet about 4,100 from the small blind, Peter Striano raised from the button to 12,000, and Storto called.

The turn card was the 8d, and both players checked.

The river card was the 7d, Storto bet 8,500, and Striano quickly called with Ad10s for a pair of aces. But Storto turned over AhKh to win the pot with a pair of aces and a king kicker to reach about 100,000 in chips.

Cameron Storto  –  100,000  (125 bb)
Peter Striano  –  67,000  (84 bb)

And here are a few other chip counts from around the field:

Scott Baumstein  –  31,000  (39 bb)
Trung Pham  –  28,000  (35 bb)
Carlos Dorca  –  23,000  (29 bb)
Jorge Gomez  –  19,500  (24 bb)
Gloria Jackson  –  15,500  (19 bb)
Britney Billian  –  5,000  (6 bb)

Registration remains open with a single re-entry option until the end of the upcoming break, around 4:30 pm. The field has already exceeded the $50K guarantee, with a prizepool worth more than $68,000 so far.