Chris Brewer raised from the button to 60,000, and Arthur Conan called from the big blind. The flop came , Conan checked, Brewer bet 40,000, and Conan called.
The turn card was the , Conan checked, Brewer bet 180,000, and Conan thought for a while before check-raising to 425,000.
Brewer smiled and asked, “What the f*** are you doing?” before quickly folding. Conan took the pot.
Arthur Conan – 1,400,000 (47 bb)
Chris Brewer – 1,400,000 (47 bb)
The next hand, Arthur Conan completed the small blind to 30,000, Sam Soverel raised from the big blind to 80,000, and Conan called. The flop came , Conan checked, Soverel bet 35,000, and Conan check-raised to 90,000. Soverel called.
The turn card was the , Conan moved all in, and Soverel called all in for 170,000 with for a pair of aces.
Conan turned over for a double-gutshot straight draw, and Soverel needed his hand to hold to stay alive.
The river card was the , and Soverel won the pot with his pair of aces to double up in chips.
Sam Soverel – 710,000 (24 bb)
Arthur Conan – 1,070,000 (36 bb)
With four players remaining from a field of 42, the average chip stack is about 1.31 million (44 big blinds), and the next player to bust will earn $203,700.