Event 1: Aces Everywhere

$350 Deep Stack No Limit Hold’em (Re-Entry)
Blinds: 15k/30k/3k ante

First, it was Kishor Bahkta who would pick up pocket aces and he would limp in with them and end up getting exactly what he wanted when Carlos Loving moved all in over the top with queens. It was folded back to Bahkta who made the easy call. The flop of 5s4h4d was a safe one for Bahkta but the two-outer Qc would come on the turn and Bahkta would be crippled. He would be eliminated a few moments later.

At another table a few moments later, Willie Wiggins would get the biggest pre-flop hand in poker in the big blind and he would get it all in against the small blind and double up to 1.5 million when his hand prevailed on the QhQs2c4c6c run out.