With James Calderaro all in for about 8,000 and another player all in for less, Lily Kiletto tanked for a bit before she called with a covering stack holding . She was racing with Calderaro’s , but both were in bad shape against the third player’s .
The flop fell , giving Calderaro some hope witha pair of kings and giving Kiletto a straight draw. The turn changed nothing, but the river fell to give Calderaro a full house to win the pot and triple up. Calderaro and Kiletto (who happen to be dating), got a good laugh from the outcome of the hand.
Among the players that have recently joined the field are Nick Schulman, Nacho Barbero, David Benyamine, Brian Hastings, Scotty Nguyen, Paul Volpe, Huck Seed, Calvin Anderson, Bryn Kenney, Martin Jacobson, and Jon Aguiar.
The players return from break to begin Level 4, with blinds of 75-150 and a 25 ante. There are currently 538 players in the field here on Day 1A, and that number will increase throughout the day as registration remains open until the end of the dinner break (about 8:00 pm).
The field is on their first 15-minute break of the day. They will return to blinds of 75-150 with a 25 ante for the start of Level 4 in a few minutes. There are currently 537 players in the Day 1A field and players can enter or re-enter before the end of the dinner break at 8 p.m. ET.
Picking up the action after a flop of , Isaac Haxton (hijack) called 2,200 from Shaun Deeb (small blind) to see the turn. Deeb bet 5,050 and again Haxton called, landing the on the river. Deeb bet 3,300 this time, resulting in a Haxton call after a few moments.
Deeb tabled for two pair, Haxton mucked, and Deeb collected the pot.
Level 2 comes to an end, and Level 3 begins with increased blinds of 75-150. Play continues without a break.
The tournament clock shows 515 players in the Day 1A field so far, and registration remains open until the end of the dinner break (about 8:00 pm). Players who bust are free to re-enter as many times as they’d like.
Among the players to take their seat after play began were Chris Moorman, Aaron Massey, Brandon Steven, Russell Thomas, Danny Fuhs, Adam Geyer, Joseph Cheong, Amanda Musumeci, Kurt Jewell, Jonathan Roy, Keven Stammen, Dan O’Brien, Jason Duvall, Mohsin Charania, David Benefield, Tony Dunst, Erick Lindgren, Erica Lindgren, Chino Rheem, Trevor Pope, Tristan Wade, Harrison Gimbel, Mike Leah, Ben Hamnett, Matt Salsberg, Jacob Bazeley, Ty Reiman, Andrew Lichtenberger, Jake Balsiger, Shaun Deeb, Isaac Baron, Loni Harwood, Mike Telker, Brent Hanks, Mike Beasley, Andy Seth, Taylor Paur, Shawn Buchanan, Joseph Elpayaa, and Nelly.
Level 1 comes to an end, and Level 2 begins with increased blinds of 50-100. The tournament clock shows that the field size has been steadily growing and is now up to 455 players.
This tournament features unlimited re-entries — players who bust are free to re-enter as many times as they’d like as long as registration is open. Registration remains open on each starting day until the end of the dinner break, which is about 8:00 pm.