Monster Stack: Kammar Andries – 8th Place ($4,742)

$400 Monster Stack NLH (Re-Entry)
$100,000 Guaranteed
 | Payouts
Level 30: 40,000/80,000 with a 10,000 Ante
Players Remaining: 7 of 586

Kammar Andries

They continued the blistering pace even after the final table was formed and the big money coming up.

Kammar Andries began the final table with two doubles to build his stack and Paul Shafran hit the rail in ninth place. Andries then doubled up Mitchell Kekarczyk with Ac2c against KcKd after the 8c6h3c flop to get short again.

On the next hand, it folded around to chip leader Ray Millard in the small blind and he dropped five 100K chips in the middle, enough to cover Andries.

“Let’s go!” Andries said.

Millard: QsQh
Andries: Jh7h

“Oh,” was Andries response when he saw the hands.

He was far behind and never caught a sweat as the board came 6h4d3d3cTs to send him out in eighth place.

Ray Millard – 5,200,000 (65 bb)
Kammar Andries – Eliminated in 8th place ($4,742)
Paul Shafran – Eliminated in 9th place ($3,767)