$1,100 WPTDeepStacks Main Event $500,000 Guarantee | Structure | Payouts Level 34: 150,000/300,000 with a 300,000 ante Players Remaining: 2 of 659
The board was dealt through the turn — . Fabian Foster lead into Jeff Trudeau for 550,000. Trudeau raised, stacking together white 100,000 chips, and Foster quickly shoved. Trudeau called off 4,650,000 and the hands were up.
Trudeau: for two pair Foster: for top pair
Foster had outs, but the river wasn’t one of them. Trudeau improved to a boat and it was yet another double-up.
Jeff Trudeau – 10,220,000 Fabian Foster – 9,550,000
$1,100 WPTDeepStacks Main Event $500,000 Guarantee | Structure | Payouts Level 33: 100,000/200,000 with a 200,000 ante Players Remaining: 2 of 659
With a pile of chips already in the middle and the board dealt through the river — — Fabian Foster shoved into Jeff Trudeau. Trudeau, who held 4,275,000 behind, went into the tank. After maybe 90 seconds, he plopped in some blue 25,000 chips for a call.
Trudeau: for second pair Foster: for third pair
Trudeau called correctly and got the full double his heads-up foe.
Jeff Trudeau – 9,120,000 Fabian Foster – 10,650,000
$1,100 WPTDeepStacks Main Event $500,000 Guarantee | Structure | Payouts Level 32: 100,000/150,000 with a 150,000 ante Players Remaining: 3 of 659
Level 32 has been rather uneventful with players guaranteed $53,259, but looking for the $120,842 up top.
In one of the better sized pots of late, Fabian Foster called from the button and Jeff Trudeau raised the small blind to 575,000. Wendy Vo got out of the way sending it back to Foster. He three-bet to 1,500,000 and Trudeau came along for the ride.
Trudeau checked. Foster kept up the pressure, sliding in a big stack of white 100,000 chips. Trudeau thought for a moment, then let it go.
Fabian Foster – 11,900,000 Jeff Trudeau – 5,575,000 Wendy Vo – 2,000,000
$1,100 WPTDeepStacks Main Event $500,000 Guarantee | Structure | Payouts Level 31: 75,000/125,000 with a 125,000 ante Players Remaining: 4 of 659
The board was dealt to the flop — .
Dan Chalifour was in the big blind playing against Fabian Foster on the button. Chalfiour had his last 1,825,000 in the pot and Foster had him at risk. It was Chalifour that had the best of it, though.
Chalifour: for top pair Foster: for middle pair
Turn and river:
Foster smacked the river, improving to two pair and busting Chalifour in fifth place.
$1,100 WPTDeepStacks Main Event $500,000 Guarantee | Structure | Payouts Level 31: 75,000/125,000 with a 125,000 ante Players Remaining: 5 of 659
Shortly after doubling up Dan Chalifour and down to his last 100,000 chips, Mark Scacewater reluctantly put them in the middle from under the gun. Wendy Vo called from the small blind and Fabian Foster checked from the big. Vo and Foster competed for a small side pot while Scacewater hoped for the best.
The duo checked down the runout.
Foster: Scacewater: Vo:
Foster’s queen-high was best and Scacewater was eliminated in sixth place.
Mark Scacewater – Eliminated in 6th place ($23,776)