Super High Roller: Sam Soverel Doubles Thru Arthur Conan

$50,000 Super High Roller
Structure | Payouts
Level 18:  15,000/30,000 with a 30,000 ante
Players Remaining:  4 of 42

Sam Soverel
Sam Soverel

Chris Brewer raised from the button to 60,000, and Arthur Conan called from the big blind. The flop came Js7s2c, Conan checked, Brewer bet 40,000, and Conan called.

The turn card was the As, 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 Ac7h6d, Conan checked, Soverel bet 35,000, and Conan check-raised to 90,000. Soverel called.

The turn card was the 8h, Conan moved all in, and Soverel called all in for 170,000 with AdQd for a pair of aces.

Conan turned over 9d4d for a double-gutshot straight draw, and Soverel needed his hand to hold to stay alive.

The river card was the 2h, 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.