With the blinds still at 3K-6K, David Prociak raised from the button to 12,000, and Timothy Banks called from the small blind.
The flop came , Banks checked, Prociak bet 10,000, and Banks called. The turn card was the , Banks bet 30,000, and Prociak called.
The river card was the , Banks checked, Prociak bet 35,000, and Banks folded. Prociak took the pot.
Seat 1. Melisa Singh – 235,000 (39 bb)
Seat 2. David Prociak – 382,000 (64 bb)
Seat 3. Timothy Banks – 83,000 (14 bb)
A few minutes later, with the board showing on the turn and 48K in the pot, David Prociak bet 25,000 from the small blind. Timothy Banks called from the big blind, leaving himself just 40K behind, and Melisa Singh tanked for a while before she folded.
The river card was the , and both players checked.
Prociak won the pot with a set of threes, and Banks dropped to just 40K in chips.
Seat 1. Melisa Singh – 237,000 (40 bb)
Seat 2. David Prociak – 336,000 (56 bb)
Seat 3. Timothy Banks – 40,000 (7 bb)
Timothy Banks bounced back a bit before raising from the button to 21,000, and Melisa Singh called from the small blind.
The flop came , Singh moved all in, and Banks said, “Snap,” as he snap-called all in for 46,000 with a full house.
The turn card was the , the river was the , and Banks won the pot with his full house to double up in chips.
Seat 1. Melisa Singh – 172,000 (29 bb)
Seat 2. David Prociak – 395,000 (66 bb)
Seat 3. Timothy Banks – 140,000 (23 bb)
With three players remaining, the average chip stack is about 233,000 (29 big blinds), and the next player to bust will earn $11,675.