$540+$60 Deep Stack NLH
$1 Million Guaranteed
End of Level 12: Blinds 800/1600/1600 BB Ante
1D Entries: 783
A few orbits away from the final re-entry break, the players showed how to lay down (possibly) the losing hand.
On 32, Matthew Burnitz led into a dangerous flop for 62,000, only to be raised by Jeremy Meacham.
After leaning forward for full minute of very intense concentration, Burnitz suddenly relaxed and sat back. He flicked the cards into the muck and rapped the table.
Burnitz asked Meacham if he “had it,” and Meacham responded “yeah” – even before the question was complete! Now, what does that mean, exactly?
After an open shove got through, revealed to be , Burnitz got a little back. He opened the pot from the button to 4,000. A very short stacked Moe Farah made the call from the BB, but had to fold to the continuation bet on an eight high rag board.
Nearby on 33, stacks are in play. Three players made it to the turn on . It appeared Silvio Mantuano led out or check raised, only to face a very big overbet shove from Collin White.
With a third player short and all in, Silvio took a long time with it, then showed why. He folded for trips no kicker. Afraid of drawing dead for the life of his reentry, he’d found the fold button.
Good choice. White flipped over , while the shortie had a weak pair and a draw, the . The river was a pure brick, and Collin scooped.
We are on break, and just minutes away from the re-entry deadline – time to act!