All three players limped for 8,000 each to see a flop of . Timothy Banks checked the small blind, and Melisa Singh bet 13,000 from the big blind. David Prociak called from the big blind, and Banks also called.
The turn card was the , the blinds checked, and Prociak bet 15,000. Banks and Singh both called.
The river card was the , and Banks bet out for 60,000. Singh moved all in for about 255,000, and Prociak and Banks both folded. Singh took the pot to increase her chip lead.
Seat 1. Melisa Singh – 432,000 (54 bb)
Seat 2. David Prociak – 137,000 (17 bb)
Seat 3. Timothy Banks – 131,000 (16 bb)
About five minutes later, David Prociak raised from the button to 18,000, Timothy Banks called from the small blind, and Melisa Singh called from the big blind.
All three players checked to the turn on a board of , and Banks pot-bet 54,000. Singh thought for a while before she called, and Prociak folded.
The river card was the , Banks moved all in for 91,000, and Singh thought for a while before she called.
Timothy Banks: (ace-high straight)
Melisa Singh: mucked
Banks turned over the nuts to win the pot, double up in chips, and take the chip lead.
Seat 1. Melisa Singh – 255,000 (32 bb)
Seat 2. David Prociak – 101,000 (13 bb)
Seat 3. Timothy Banks – 344,000 (43 bb)
About five minutes later, Level 15 came to an end and the players took a 15-minute break. These were the official chip counts with the blinds increasing to 5K-10K:
Seat 1. Melisa Singh – 222,000 (22 bb)
Seat 2. David Prociak – 134,000 (13 bb)
Seat 3. Timothy Banks – 344,000 (34 bb)
With three players remaining, the average chip stack is about 233,000 (23 big blinds), and the next player to bust will earn $11,675.