Brandon Ageloff has just been eliminated, but he was kind enough to tell us about a big pot he lost earlier.
The player in the cutoff raised to 6,000 during the 1,500/3,000 blind level. Ageloff, sitting on the button, three-bet to 12,500. His opponent four-bet to 27,000, and Ageloff decided to five-bet shove all in. Ageloff still had about 128,000, and the other player had about 88,000. His opponent called.
"I was new to the table, and the previous five or six hands, he kept raising stuff," Ageloff reasoned.
The flop was with one spade. The turn brought the , and the river was a blank.
"After that, I lost the rest. I'm going for some food now and play another tournament. If I don't make Day 2, I'll be back tomorrow morning," Ageloff said before saying goodbye to a friend and leaving.