Event #65: $10,000 Main Event

Table 3 Hands #27-29: Sindelar Ships and Takes Chip Lead

• Level 31: 80,000-160,000, 20,000 ante
Dan Sindelar

Hand #27: Oscar Kemps opened to 340,000 from early position only to have Iaron Lightbourne three-bet the action to 875,000. Action folded back to Kemps who folded as well.

Hand #28: Thomas Sarra Jr raised to 350,000 from early position and found calls from Yorane Kerignard in the cutoff and Christopher Greaves in the big blind. The flop came down {5-Spades}{3-Diamonds}{8-Spades} and Greaves checked. Sarra continued for 460,000 and Kerignard called. Greaves got out of the way, allowing the {4-Diamonds} to hit the turn. Sarra checked, Kerignard fired 505,000 and Sarra instantly announced an all-in raise. Kerignard threw his hands up in the air and then instantly mucked his cards.

Hand #29: Dan Sindelar opened to 350,000 from early position and it folded to Leif Force on the button. He cut out a three-bet to 800,000 and it came back to Sindelar who called. The flop was {7-Diamonds}{4-Spades}{9-Diamonds} and Sindelar check-called a continuation bet of 675,000 from Force.

The turn was the {J-Hearts} and Sindelar checked for a second time. Force fired one million and Sindelar called once more. The {6-Hearts} hit the river and Sindelar checked a final time. Force thought for a moment before moving 1.6 million forward. Sindelar replied by shipping all in and suddenly Force was thinking for his tournament life. He clenched his fist and then flicked his cards into the muck. Sindelar picked up the pot.

Chip Counts
Dan Sindelar us 23,000,000 4,100,000
Thomas Sarra Jr us 10,200,000 1,300,000
Leif Force us 2,920,000 -4,580,000
Yorane Kerignard fr 2,300,000 -1,685,000

Tagovi: Christopher GreavesDan SindelarIaron LightbourneLeif ForceOscar KempsThomas Sarra JrYorane Kerignard