We caught up to the action to find a flop of spread in front of two players. The first was Charles Coultes, who is one of several players participating in Onnit Last Sticker Standing Contest. If Coultes, or anyone else sporting the patch happens to be the last person alive in the Main Event, they'll walk away with a cool $5,000.
The second player in the hand was Bryan Pellegrino. Coutles checked to Pelligrino and he bet out 1,150. Coutles called and the turn paired the board for a second time with the .
Coultes checked for a second time and Pellegrino kept on firing with a 2,600 bet. Coultes thought for a moment before mucking his hand and awarding Pellegrino the pot. Coultes is still sitting on a healthy stack of 60,000, putting him in contention for the Onnit grand prize.