Hand #87 – Three hands later, Darren Rabinowitz raises from the button to 1,400,000, Neville Darrell moves all in from the small blind for 6,050,000, and Rabinowitz calls with . Darrell turns over , and he’ll need it to hold to stay alive.
The board comes , and Darrell wins the pot with his ace high.
The final four players return from break to begin Level 39, with increased blinds of 300,000-600,000 and a 100,000 ante.
Hand #77 – Chipleader Darren Rabinowitz raises from the button to 1,400,000, Jon Cohen moves all in from the big blind for 8,975,000, and Rabinowitz calls with . Cohen turns over , and he’ll need to improve to stay alive.
The board comes , and Rabinowitz wins the pot with two pair, eights and sevens, to eliminate Cohen in fourth place.
Darren Rabinowitz – 51,000,000 (85 bb) Jon Cohen – Out in 4th Place ($104,635)
The level comes to an end, and the players take a 12-minute break. (That’s the amount of time they requested.) The 10K chips are being colored up, and when play resumes, the blinds will be 300,000-600,000 with a 100,000 ante.
The blinds are still 200,000-400,000 with a 50,000 ante.
Hand #47 – Jon Cohen raises from the cutoff to 850,000, and Ray Piccin calls from the button. The flop comes , Cohen bets 1,000,000, and Piccin calls.
The turn is the , Cohen bets 1,700,000, and Piccin calls.
The river pairs the board with the , Cohen bets 3,200,000, and Piccin moves all in for 6,580,000. Cohen folds, and Piccin takes the pot.
Ray Piccin – 17,700,000 (44 bb) Jon Cohen – 22,400,000 (56 bb)
The blinds increase to 250,000-500,000 with a 75,000 ante. Play continues without a break.
Hand #48 – Bryan Campanello moves all in from the cutoff for about 5 million, and Darren Rabinowitz moves all in over the top from the button for 7,325,000. In the big blind, Jon Cohen asks for a count of Rabinowitz’s chip before he calls as well.
Here are their cards, in descending order of chip counts:
Jon Cohen: Darren Rabinowitz: Bryan Campanello:
The board comes , and the pocket aces hold up for Rabinowitz to win the pot and double thru Cohen while eliminating Campanello in fifth place.
Darren Rabinowitz – 19,800,000 (39 bb) Jon Cohen – 14,900,000 (29 bb) Bryan Campanello – Out in 5th Place ($85,150)
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The blinds are at 200,000-400,000 with a 50,000 ante.
Hand #24 – Wendy Freedman moves all in UTG+1 for 4,025,000, and Darren Rabinowitz moves all in over the top from the hijack. The other players fold.
Freedman shows , and Rabinowitz turns over [9c9h] — a race situation.
The board comes , and the pocket nines hold up for Rabinowitz to win the pot and eliminate Freedman in eighth place.
Darren Rabinowitz – 9,550,000 (23 bb) Wendy Freedman – Out in 8th Place ($33,045)
Hand #26 – Bryan Campanello moves all in from the small blind, and Johnny Miller calls all in from the small blind with . Campanello turns over , and Miller will need to improve to stay alive.
The board comes , and Miller turns a gutshot straight draw, but improves no further. Campanello wins the pot with his pocket eights to eliminate Miller in seventh place.
Bryan Campanello – 17,600,000 (44 bb) Johnny Miller – Out in 7th Place ($49,140)
Hand #27 – Neville Darrell limps under the gun for 400,000, Ben Zamani limps UTG+1, and Jon Cohen raises from the hijack to 1,050,000. Darrell calls, and Zamani moves all in for about 7.2 million. Cohen calls, and Darrell folds.
Zamani turns over , but he’s in trouble against Cohen’s .
The board comes , and the pocket kings hold up for Cohen to win the pot and eliminate Zamani in sixth place.
Jon Cohen – 25,800,000 (64 bb) Ben Zamani – Out in 6th Place ($66,935)
The current blinds are 150,000-300,000 with a 50,000 ante.
Hand #16 – Johnny Miller raises from middle position to 700,000, and Bryan Campanello calls from the big blind. The flop comes , Campanello checks, Miller bets 1,220,000, and Campanello calls.
The turn is the , Campanello checks, Miller moves all in for 6,770,000, and Campanello tanks for a while before he folds. Miller takes the pot.
Johnny Miller – 11,100,000 (37 bb) Bryan Campanello – 11,600,000 (38 bb)
Hand #18 – Johnny Miller raises under the gun to 675,000, and Neville Darrell calls from middle position. The flop comes , Miller bets 575,000, and Darrell calls. The turn is the , Miller bets 1,400,000, and Darrell calls again.
The river pairs the board with the , Miller bets 2,000,000, and Darrell calls. Miller shows for a missed straight draw (king high), and Darrell double-checks his hand before turning over [Qd8d] to win the pot with a diamond flush.
Neville Darrell – 20,800,000 (69 bb) Johnny Miller – 6,600,000 (22 bb)
Hand #20 – Neville Darrell raises under the gun to 1,300,000, Sam Barnhart calls all in from the cutoff for 200,000, and everyone else folds. Barnhart says, “I hope I have live cards,” and he shows [9d2d]. Darrell turns over [8d8s], and Barnhart will need to improve to stay alive.
The board comes , and the pocket eights hold up for Darrell to win the pot and eliminate Barnhart in ninth place.
Neville Darrell – 21,000,000 (70 bb) Sam Barnhart – Out in 9th Place ($23,725)
Level 36 comes to an end, and the players take a 10-minute break.