$570 Deep Stack No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
Level 4: 100/200 with a 25 Ante
Flight B Entries: 271
A.J. Kelsall and Raminder Singh both ran deep in a recent WSOP Circuit event in South Florida, an event ultimately won by Singh. The two have drawn the same starting table in this event, sitting side-by-side in the middle of the room. They were involved in a recent pot together, too.
It began with Stephen Smith opening to 550 under the gun. Kelsall called in the cutoff, Singh called on the button, and the big blind defended to create four-way action.
The flop was . The big blind checked, and Smith continued for 800. Kelsall raised to 2,000, Singh called, and the big blind folded. “All right, I’m confused,” Smith said, then folded.
Heads-up now, the turn was the . Kelsall checked, Singh bet 4,000, and Kelsall called. The river was the . Kelsall took a peek at Singh’s remaining stack of less than 9,000, then bet enough to cover him. Singh considered for a couple minutes, lamenting that he’d likely run into a flush, then folded.
Kelsall flashed to confirm Singh’s suspicions as the dealer pushed him the pot. He’s off to a hot start, having more than tripled his starting stack before the first break.
A.J. Kelsall – 64,000
Raminder Singh – 8,850