Wynn Spring Classic $1M GTD Championship

Mandavia Outlasts Stewart

mnuwwarah • Level 23: 15,000-25,000, 25,000 ante
Scott Stewart

Ankush Mandavia three-bet shoved nearly all of his chips button versus under the gun, with Ray Qartomy having opened. Qartomy put in a call worth 320,000 and they took a {9-Hearts}{5-Diamonds}{10-Spades} flop. Qartomy put the last crumbs in but Mandavia, seeing an all-in develop at the other table, began tanking.

At that table, Scott Stewart had put in all but his last crumbs, 275,000, and Sung Hyun called. That flop came {2-Clubs}{9-Hearts}{8-Hearts} and Stewart began tanking.

Eventually, the tournament director put Mandavia on a clock and said he was counting these situations as the same hand. Mandavia called with {k-Clubs}{q-Spades} and was a bit behind the {a-Hearts}{7-Hearts} of Qartomy. However, he hit running two pair.

Stewart was less lucky. He was ahead with {a-Spades}{j-Diamonds} against {a-Diamonds}{10-Hearts} but the board ran {j-Hearts}, {7-Hearts} to make Hyun a straight.

Right after that, Erik Cajelais joined them in line.

Player Chips Progress
Ray Qartomy us
Ray Qartomy
us 2,400,000 -400,000
Sung Hyun KR
Sung Hyun
KR 1,850,000 310,000
Ankush Mandavia us
Ankush Mandavia
us 740,000 355,000
Scott Stewart us
Scott Stewart
us Busted
Erik Cajelais ca
Erik Cajelais
ca Busted

Tags: Ankush MandaviaErik CajelaisRay QartomyScott StewartSung Hyun