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Level 26 (30000/60000/60000)Total Entries: 385Players Remaining: 3Chip Average: 2,566,667 When three-handed play began, Jerry Moore held 3,420,000 chips; Kiran Suram held 2,760,000 chips; and Louie Huynh held 1,520,000. The three players began discussing a chop as they played a few hands, and ultimately reached an agreement that awarded Moore $38,417 and the title of RGPS Main Event Champion. The Omaha, Nebraska resident is a former flooring and remodeling contractor who used his experience and expertise to go into the house-flipping business. Moore left that behind just shy of a decade ago to pursue a career as a professional poker player and he hasn't looked back. Asked what he'll do with his winnings, his first answer was, "Nothing," but later clarified that...
Level 26 (30000/60000/60000)Total Entries: 385Players Remaining: 3Chip Average: 2,566,667 William McCracken (pictured) went from 1,150,000 chips to eliminated in the space of three hands. In the first, McCracken shoved on the button and Kiran Suram called from the small blind to put himself at risk. McCracken - Q♥J♥Suram - A♠9♣ The flop came A♦7♥5♣, cementing Suram's lead in the hand. McCracken would need running hearts, running pairs, or running straight cards to avoid being crippled. The turn brought a flush draw when the 3♥ hit the felt. But the Q♦ on the river was not enough and McCracken fell to 200,000 chips. McCracken folded a hand and then called all-in for less in the big blind against Kiran Suram's open shove from...
Level 25 (25000/50000/50000)Total Entries: 385Players Remaining: 4Chip Average: 1,925,000 Still four-handed, here are the current chip counts Seat Name Chip count 4 William McCracken 1,495,000 5 Kiran Suram 1,145,000 6 Louie Huynh 1,240,000 8 Jerry Moore 3,380,000
Level 25 (25000/50000/50000)Total Entries: 385Players Remaining: 4Chip Average: 1,925,000 Mike White moves all in from under-the-gun and William McCracken re-shoves for close to 600,000. Everyone else folds and the hands are turned up. White - 7♥7♦McCracken - A♥8♥ An eight is in the window as the flop comes K♦Q♠8♦, and White stands up. Neither the turn or river bring help to White when the board completes with 3♣9♥. White nursed his short stack for nearly four hours from what looked like a guaranteed 10th-place finish to go out 5th for a payday of $11,435.