Event 13: Raminder Singh Wins ($22,520); Ramon Munoz Finishes as Runner-Up ($15,215)

$600 Six-Max NLH (Single Re-Entry)
$50,000 Guaranteed | StructurePayouts
Level 24:  15,000/30,000 with a 30,000 ante
Players Remaining:  1 of 183

Raminder Singh
Raminder Singh

Level 23 came to an end, and Level 24 began with increased blinds of 15,000-30,000 with a 30,000 ante. Play continued without a break.

A few minutes later, Ramon Munoz limped from the button for 30,000, Raminder Singh raised from the big blind to 95,000, and Munoz called.

Both players checked to the turn on a board of AhKd7h8d, Singh bet 105,000, and Munoz called.

The river card was the 4h, and both players checked. Singh quickly showed AsAd to win the pot with a flopped set of aces, and Munoz mucked.

Raminder Singh  –  1,975,000  (66 bb)
Ramon Munoz  –  770,000  (26 bb)

Ramon Miquel Munoz
Once heads-up play began, nothing went right for Ramon Miquel Munoz.

A few minutes later, Raminder Singh moved all in from the button, and Ramon Munoz called with As10d. Singh turned over KsJh, and Munoz needed his hand to hold to stay alive.

The board came Qc8d6c6dKh, and Singh spiked a king on the river to win the pot — and the trophy — with two pair, kings and sixes.

Stay tuned for a recap from this event, which will be posted later tonight.

1st:  Raminder Singh  –  $22,520 + LHPO Trophy
2nd:  Ramon Munoz  –  $15,215
3rd:  Christopher Suarez  –  $10,490
4th:  David Moreno  –  $7,385
5th:  Vladimir Vasilyev  –  $5,315
6th:  Jordan Semel  –  $3,910
7th:  Christopher Howard  –  $2,940