$1,650 Purple Chip Bounty (Single Re-Entry) Level 20: 3,000/6,000 with a 1,000 Ante Players Remaining: 7 of 126
Adam Geyer moved all in for 43,500 in early position, and Brian Hastings called next to act. From the small blind, Tom Nguyen re-shoved for just over 150,000, and Hastings folded, claiming pocket fours.
The board ran out , and Nguyen won the knockout pot with a pair of jacks. Geyer was eliminated in seventh place.
Tom Nguyen – 250,000 (42 bb) Adam Geyer – Eliminated in 7th place ($4,914)
$1,650 Purple Chip Bounty (Single Re-Entry) Level 19: 2,500/5,000 with a 500 Ante Players Remaining: 7 of 126
Tom Nguyen opened to 13,000 in middle position, and Derek Bowers three-bet shoved for 81,000 in the cutoff. From the big blind, Brian Hastings re-shoved for about 180,000, and Nguyen open-folded pocket fours. Bowers was heads-up and at risk as the cards were shown down, and he’d found himself in a good spot.
The board ran out , and Bowers’ kicker played to earn him a double-up.
$1,650 Purple Chip Bounty (Single Re-Entry) Level 19: 2,500/5,000 with a 500 Ante Players Remaining: 8 of 126
James Dorrance refused to relinquish his bounty quietly, but he’s finally been relieved of his last few chips.
His final hand began with Stephen Chidwick opening to 12,000 and Dorrance moving all in for 14,000 in the cutoff. Tom Nguyen (button) and Patrick Eskandar (big blind) both called, as well, creating three-way action on the side.
The three live players checked it down as the board ran out , and all four hands were tabled:
Chidwick: Dorrance: Locatelli: Eskandar:
Eskandar rivered the winner with a pair of treys, claiming the pot and the bounty. Dorrance was eliminated in eighth place.
Patrick Eskandar – 285,000 (57 bb) James Dorrance – Eliminated in 8th place ($3,654)
$1,650 Purple Chip Bounty (Single Re-Entry) Level 18: 2,000/4,000 with a 500 Ante Players Remaining: 8 of 126
Adam Geyer limped the button, and Brian Hastings raised to 16,000 in the small blind. Geyer called.
The flop was . Hastings continued for 14,000, and Geyer moved all in with his big stack. Hastings had 69,500 chips left in front of him, and he deliberated for a couple minutes before calling to put himself at risk.
Geyer: (straight draw) Hastings: (pair of queens)
Hastings’ call was correct, and he was rewarded with a double-up as the turn and river completed the board safely.
Brian Hastings – 207,000 (52 bb) Adam Geyer – 190,000 (48 bb)