Raminder Singh moved all in from the button for 230,000, and Ramon Munoz called with . Singh turned over , and he needed to improve to stay alive.
The board came — Munoz paired his deuce on the flop, but Singh turned a spade flush to win the pot and double up in chips.
Raminder Singh – 485,000 (19 bb)
Ramon Munoz – 2,260,000 (90 bb)
Two hands later, Singh got it all in from the button for 435,000 with , and he needed to improve to stay alive against the of Munoz.
The board came , and Singh paired his ten on the flop to win the pot and double up in chips again.
Raminder Singh – 895,000 (36 bb)
Ramon Munoz – 1,850,000 (74 bb)
The next hand, Munoz moved all in from the button, and Singh snap-called all in for 870,000 with . Munoz turned over , and Singh needed to improve to stay alive.
The board came , and Singh paired his ace on the turn to win the pot, double up in chips.
Raminder Singh – 1,765,000 (71 bb)
Ramon Munoz – 980,000 (39 bb)
Singh was out-chipped nearly 11 to 1, but after three come-from-behind all-in double-ups, he has taken the lead. And all of this took place in the span of 4-5 minutes.