Event 4: Michael Merisier Puts Turbo in the Money

$365 Double Stack Turbo NLH (Re-Entry)
$30,000 Guaranteed
 | Structure | Payouts
Level 21: 5,000/10,000 with a 1,000
Players Remaining: 27 of 256

Michael Merisier

The turbo tournament was playing along exactly as you would expect. Not a lot of waiting around to get the chips in the middle.

Event 4 reached the money bubble not long after the dinner break and they went into hand-for-hand mode with 28 remaining and 27 getting paid. Nothing happened on the first two hands but there was an all in at each table on the third.

Three of them were called and they went one-by-one until it was settled.

On the first hand, Ariel Rosello was all in for 112,000 with the board reading Kh7h5c8c. His opponent called but he was in trouble with AhAd against Rosello’s flopped set with 5d5h. The river came Qh and Rosello doubled.

On the next table, one opponent was all in for crumbs and was called by two spots. The two live players checked down the KcQh3s5sAs board and Michael Merisier’s Ad4h rivered the better hand against Qc6s and the all in player’s JcJd to send him out.

The last hand saw Danny Calway-Fagen all in for 132,000 with a race holding AhKc against 7s7d. His good news came on the Kd6c2c flop. Calway-Fagen was able to fade the Jc turn and 6d river for his double.

After all the action, only one player was eliminated and the remaining 27 players are in the money.

1st: $18,810 + Gold Ring
2nd: $11,626
3rd: $8,400
4th: $6,182
5th: $4,631
6th: $3,529
7th: $2,734
8th: $2,153
9th: $1,722
10th – 12th: $1,399
13th – 15th: $1,154
16th – 18th: $966
19th – 21st: $822
22nd – 24th: $709
25th – 27th: $621