Event 4: Andjelko Andrejevic Eliminated in 6th Place ($27,300)

Event 4: $1,650 Deepest Stack
$300,000 Guaranteed | Payout Info
Level 28: 40,000/80,000/10,000 Ante
Players Remaining: 5/465

Andjelko Andrejevic

Andjelko Andrejevic was under the gun and shoved for 180,000. Haim Toorgeman called from the button and so did James Dorrance from the small blind.

Toorgeman and Dorrance were playing for a potential side pot, but checked down the Qc8d5hQh7s runout.

Toorgeman: As7c
Dorrance: Td9c
Andrejevic: KcTs

Toorgeman’s pair of sevens was best and Andrejevic was eliminated in sixth place.

Andjelko Andrejevic – Eliminated in 6th place ($27,300)

Event 4: Ryan McKnight Eliminated in 7th Place ($22,808)

Event 4: $1,650 Deepest Stack
$300,000 Guaranteed | Payout Info
Level 28: 40,000/80,000/10,000 Ante
Players Remaining: 6/465

Ryan McKnight

James Dorrance opened the cutoff for 200,000. It folded to Ryan McKnight in the small blind and he shoved for 1,695,000. Dorrance called.

Dorrance: 7h7d
McKnight: Ac9d

Runout: Kd9s7c5c8c

McKnight hit a pair, but Dorrance spiked a set. McKnight was eliminated in seventh place while Dorrance added to his chip lead.

Ryan McKnight – Eliminated in 7th place ($22,808)

Event 4: A Look at the Short Stacks

Event 4: $1,650 Deepest Stack
$300,000 Guaranteed | Payout Info
Level 28: 40,000/80,000/10,000 Ante
Players Remaining: 7/465

Here’s a look at the table short stacks to begin Level 28.

  • Ryan McKnight – 1,430,000 (17 bb)
  • Matthew Zimmerman – 965,000 (12 bb)
  • Wally Maddah – 830,000 (10 bb)
  • Andjelko Andrejevic – 550,000 (6 bb)

James Dorrance is the current chip leader with over 8,000,000 — more than 100 big blinds.

Event 4: Three Consecutive Hands for Andjelko Andrejevic

Event 4: $1,650 Deepest Stack
$300,000 Guaranteed | Payout Info
Level 27: 30,000/60,000/10,000 Ante
Players Remaining: 7/465

Andjelko Andrejevic has spun it up after being down to less than one big blind. Here’s how the last three hands have played out:

Hand 1

Andrejevic was in the small blind and had Wally Maddah’s last 615,000 chips at risk from the big blind.

Maddah: Jc9c
Andrejevic: Th6s

Maddah hit two pair on the runout and he doubled through Andrejevic. Andrejevic was left with 60,000 chips.

Hand 2

After anteing 10,000 of his 60,000 chips, Andrejevic was on the button and action folded to him. He casually put his last 50,000 — less than one big blind — in the pot. Maddah completed from the button and Geddes Cooper checked the big blind. Maddah and Cooper checked down the runout and it was Andrejevic’s AxTx that took the pot. He tripled up.

Hand 3

With a slightly more respectable 210,000 chips, Andrejevic was in the cutoff and jammed. Maddah called from the button and Haim Toorgeman defending from the big blind. The board ran out Qh5s3s5cAs. Maddah flashed TxTx but it was no good against Andrejevic’s QcQd set. With that, he tripled again.

After being down to 50,000 chips, Andrejevic now claims over 600,000.

Event 4: Chip Dispersion Seven-Handed

Event 4: $1,650 Deepest Stack
$300,000 Guaranteed | Payout Info
Level 27: 30,000/60,000/10,000 Ante
Players Remaining: 7/465

The seven remaining players

With seven players left, James Dorrance, Geddes Cooper and Haim Toorgeman have the majority of the chips in play. Wally Maddah, Matthew Zimmerman, Ryan McKnight and Andjelko Andrejevic, meanwhile, sit on less than 2,000,000 each. Andrejevic and Maddah took it one step further, event, and have less than 1,000,000 each.