Level 22: 10,000/20,000 (20,000)
The short stacks are attempting to run up their stacks with a few announcements of: “All-in and call.”
Kyle Jeffrey was among the short stacks to bust. He jammed his four big blind stack from early position and was looked up by Carmelo La Scala.
Kyle Jeffrey: A♦6♣
Carmelo La Scala: 4♦4♠
Jeffrey wasn’t in the worst of shape and although he didn’t directly connect with the 5♦K♥5♥ flop it did provide more outs as if the board double-paired it would counterfeit La Scala’s flopped two pair.
Neither the J♦ turn nor the Q♠ river got the job done for Jeffrey and he was the first player to hit the rail on Day 3. Shortly after, both Salvatore Terdossi and John Sande also lost their stacks at different tables.
Carmelo La Scala – 1,015,000
Jeffrey Kyle – 0
Salvatore Terdossi – 0
John Sande – 0