Event #58: $10,000 Main Event

Papola Wishes The Main Was Six-Handed

Jeffrey Papola has made a name for himself by absolutely crushing 6-max tournaments here at the World Series, but today he did not fair so well in the 10 handed main event, as he has just been eliminated. We missed the hand that did most of the damage, but when we went to Papola's table, he was all in for a single black T100 chip. Two other players called before one player raised all of them out, meaning Papola was heads up for his tournament life.

Papola: {j-Hearts}{5-Hearts}
Opponent: {a-Clubs}{a-Diamonds}

The board ran out {4-Spades}{10-Spades}{5-Clubs}{j-Diamonds}{9-Diamonds}, and Papola scored the quintuple up to 500 chips with his two pair. Unfortuately, his dreams of a chip and a chair comeback ended on the next hand. Papola got it all in with {a-Diamonds}{8-Hearts}, and found one caller, who had {k-Spades}{j-Hearts}. The flop was great for Papola, coming {a-Spades}{3-Spades}{q-Hearts}. The {6-Clubs} on the turn gave his opponent no help, but the river was the {10-Spades}, giving his opponent a straight. That hand will mark the end of the 2011 World Series for Jeffrey Papola.

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