Monday, May 15, 2017
Anwar Baig Knocked Out by Casey Carroll
Heads up on a flop of , Anwar Baig checked in the big blind and Casey Carroll went all in on the button. Baig called for his remaining stack and they showed down.
Baig was ahead with a pair of tens, and the turn gave him two pair. It also gave Carroll an open-ended straight draw, and needlesstosay he has been running quite good.
The river completed the straight for Carroll, and Baig was eliminated in 11th place.
The remaining 10 players just redrew for new seats to begin the unofficial final table, and Carroll has the chip lead.
Casey Carroll - 2,800,000
Level - 26
Blinds - 20,000/40,000
Antes - 5,000
Remaining - 10/526
-- Valerie Cross - Hold'em Live Updates