High Roller: Four Players See a Flop, All Four Players Consider Going All In; Nick Pupillo Doubles Thru Fabian Gumz

$25,500 High Roller (Re-Entry)
$1,000,000 Guaranteed | Structure
Level 4:  1,000/2,000 with a 2,000 ante
Entries:  67

Nick Pupillo
Nick Pupillo

After a flop of 7c6h3c, both blinds checked, and Chris Limo bet 7,500 from the hijack. Fabian Gumz called from the cutoff, and Jaffe check-raised from the small blind to 32,000.

Nick Pupillo moved all in from the big blind for 74,000, and Limo asked for an exact count. Limo then asked the dealer to pull in the 7,500 bet from everybody. Limo tanked for a while before he folded.

Gumz clarified the size of Pupillo’s all in before moving all in over the top for 162,500, and then Jaffe asked for an exact count of Gumz’s stack. Jaffe thought briefly before folding, and the all-in players showed their cards.

Fabian Gumz:  Ac5c  (club flush draw, gutshot straight draw)
Nick Pupillo:  7d3d  (two pair)

The turn card was the 5s, the river card paired the board with the 6s, and the two pair held up for Pupillo to win the pot and more than double up in chips.

Limo claimed to have had pocket kings, and because the board paired, he would have won the pot if he had called.

Nick Pupillo  –  200,000  (100 bb)
Jonathan Jaffe  –  240,000  (120 bb)
Chris Limo  –  155,000  (78 bb)
Fabian Gumz  –  87,000  (44 bb)

There will be a 90-minute dinner break after Level 9 (around 6:30 pm), and action is scheduled to continue tonight until there are nine players remaining for tomorrow’s final table.

The field is up to 67 entries, and registration remains open with unlimited re-entries until the end of the dinner break (around 8:00 pm).