American player became a bubble-boy with AA at ME WSOP 2021
The bubble stage finished in Main Event at WSOP 2021. All the remaining participants finally waited for their entering ITM zone and guaranteed themselves a minimum payout of $15 000.
Kevin Campbell wasn't happy about it, because he became a bubble boy. He lost with pocket aces under unfavorable circumstances.
Chris Alafogiannis made a raise and Kevin went all-in with A-A. His opponent had A-9 and minimal chances of winning. But later, two nines were dealt on the board and Кevin was doomed to be eliminated.
Guys… holy shit… the money bubble just burst in the wsop main event in the grossest fashion at my table.— Paul Mattioda (@PaulShadyoda) November 12, 2021
On a side note this is a pretty surreal experience
Day 4 of the main event tomorrow guaranteed 15k playing for 8 million clams!!!! pic.twitter.com/Xfd8uSXDtd
Nevertheless, the organizers decided to cheer him up and presented a ticket to WSOP 2022 Main Event. In a year, Campbell will return to conquer Las Vegas, but he will remember this hand for a long time.
Soon, we will find out the name of the winner who will receive the biggest prize money – $8 000 000! Follow the Cardmates news feed.