|Buy-In:||$1,000 + $60|
Jason Mann moved all in preflop and Luke Priour made the call. Their cards:
Priour won the hand and the tournament. Mann finished in second place and took home $27,158 in prize money. Priour won his second prelimiinary event at the Caesars Palace Classic (his first was a $500 no-limit hold'em title in 2007) and took home $51,756 in prize money.
Luke Priour raised to 48,000 preflop from the button and Jason Mann reraised all in. Prour called all in for 653,000 and they turned up their hands:
Priour hit a jack on the river to double up and knock Mann down to 39,000.
On the next hand Mann got all of those chips into the middle dark and Priour called in the dark. Their cards:
Mann doubled up but called off all of his chips on the next hand. Their cards again:
Mann had built his chip stack back up to 160,000 in the series of a few hands to survive.
The blinds are now 8,000-16,000 with a 2,000 ante for the start of level 16.
These two players know each other well, maybe too well, because they are playing quite cautious to start the heads-up match. Chips have basically been traded back and forth, and the chip stacks are close to how they started.
The players are taking a short break before the start of heads-up play.
Jason Mann: 1,017,000
Luke Priour: 720,000
Gary Do got all of his chips into the middle preflop and Luke Priour made the call. Their cards:
Do was eliminated in third place after the hand, and he will take home $15,975 in prize money.
After the ridiciulous flurry of action, play has calmed down immensely three handed, as the players feel each other out and the two short stacks tread carefully around the huge stack of Jason Mann.
The blinds are now 6,000-12,000 with a 1,000 ante for the start of level 15.
Jason Mann now holds 1.25 million, over 70 percent of the chips in play as three-handed action begins.
Antonois Roungeris moved all in preflop and Jason Mann made the call. Their cards:
Mann won yet another race and he now holds over 1.2 million. Roungeris was eliminated in fourth place, and he took home $12,780 in prize money.
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