Kenny Han raised UTG+1 to 24,000, Christopher Miranda called from middle position, and Antonio Germani moved all in from the hijack for 60,000.
Al Gomez moved all in over the top from the cutoff for 116,000, and it folded back to Han, who asked for an exact count and thought for a while before he folds.
Miranda said something like, “I’ve gotta have the worst hand,” as he slid his chips forward to call all in for 108,000. (Miranda had pocket aces and was the last to act, so it’s not clear what he was talking about.)
These were their cards in descending order of chip counts:
The board came , and Gomez flopped a set of jacks and rivered a full house to scoop the entire pot, eliminating both players from the tournament.
Al Gomez – 328,000 (41 bb)
Christopher Miranda – Eliminated in 134th Place ($420)
Antonio Germani – Eliminated in 135th Place ($420)
With 133 players remaining, the average chip stack is about 232,000 (29 big blinds), and the remaining players are all guaranteed at least $420 each. The next pay jump is $440 for 126th place.