$1,650 Pot-Limit Omaha
Dia 3 Iniciado
$1,650 Pot-Limit Omaha
Dia 3 Iniciado
Welcome to Day 3 of the AU$1,650 Pot-Limit Omaha event from the 2014 World Series of Poker Asia-Pacific. Just six players remain from the starting field of 123, and they're all vying for the AU$51,660 top prize and the coveted WSOP gold bracelet.
Zane Ly, who finished sixth in the first event of the series, leads the pack. He's trailed by Australian Poker Hall of Fame members Jason Gray, Jeff Lisandro, and Gary Benson, and then Paul Sharbanee and Paul Mac bring up the tail end. Lisandro will be looking to earn his sixth gold bracelet, whereas Benson will be aiming for his second.
What's more, is that for the second time in three events the festival it's an all-Australian final table.
Each of the remaining six players have locked up a minimum of AU$9,282, and action will be underway at 12:30 p.m. local time. PokerNews will be here for every flop, turn, and river as the tournament works its way to a conclusion, so stay tuned for live coverage coming to you shortly.
The cards are in the air for the AU$1,650 Pot-Limit Omaha final table.
Hand #1: The button started with Paul Sharbanee to begin the day. Jason Gray opened the action with a raise to 12,000. Sharbanee reraised the pot, Gray put him all in, and Sharbanee called.
Sharbanee tabled the , and Gray had the .
The flop, turn, and river ran out to give Sharbanee the double up on the very first hand.
Hand #2: Paul Mac opened to 14,000, and Zane Ly called from the small blind to see the flop. Both checked, and the landed on the turn. Both checked again, and the completed the board on the river. Mac bet all of his remaining chips for 20,000, and Ly called.
Mac showed the , but lost to Ly's and was eliminated in sixth place.
Hand #3: Zane Ly raised to 9,000 on the button and won the pot.
Hand #4: Ly opened again, this time from the cutoff seat to 9,000. Paul Sharbanee called from the big blind, and the flop came down . Sharbanee checked, Ly bet 12,000, Sharbanee raised, Ly reraised, and the next thing we knew the money was all in.
Ly had the , and he had Sharbanee's in bad shape.
The turn was the , and the river was the to eliminate Sharbanee.
Hand #5: Zane Ly and Jeff Lisandro saw the flop, and Ly checked. Lisandro bet 36,000, and Ly gave it up.
Hand #6: Gary Benson made it 12,000 to go from the small blind, Zane Ly reraised the pot from the big blind, Benson stuck all of his chips in, and Ly called.
Benson had the , and Ly had the . The board ran out , and Benson was gone in fourth place.
Hand #7: Zane Ly and Jason Gray got all the money in on the flop. Ly had the , and Gray had the . The turn was the to give Gray a flush, and he doubled up after the completed the board on the river.
Hand #8: Jeff Lisandro got a walk in the big blind.
Hand #9: Unknown action.
Hand #10: Lisandro opened to 14,000 on the button, and Gray called from the big blind to see the flop come down . Gray checked, and Lisandro bet 30,000. Gray folded.
Hand #11: Zane Ly raised on the button to 11,000, and Lisandro called from the big blind to see the flop come down . Both players checked, and the turn was the . After Lisandro checked, Ly bet 13,000. Lisandro raised the pot to 61,000. Ly folded, and Lisandro won the pot.
Hand #12: Jason Gray raised on the button to 12,000, and Ly called from the big blind to see the flop come out. After Ly checked, Gray bet 17,000. Ly folded.
Hand #13: Ly raised to 11,000 from the small blind, and Gray called from the big blind. The flop was , and Ly led with a bet of 14,000. Gray folded, and Ly won the pot.
Hand #14: On the button, Ly made it 11,000 to go. Gray was in the small blind and called, and then Lisandro folded from the big blind.
The flop came out , and Gray was first. He checked, and Ly bet 17,000. Gray made the call, and the dealer added the to the board on the turn. Gray checked, and Ly checked back.
The river was the , and Gray checked. Ly also checked. Gray showed the , and Ly mucked his hand.
Hand #15: Lisandro called from the small blind, and Ly checked his option in the big blind to see the . Lisandro checked, Ly bet 5,000, and Lisandro called.
The paired the board not he turn, and Lisandro checked. Ly also checked, and the completed the board. Lisandro led with a bet of 11,000, and Ly raised to 37,000. Lisandro gave it up, and Ly won the pot.
Hand #16: On the flop, Zane Ly bet 14,000. His opponent, Jason Gray, folded, and Ly won the pot.
Hand #17: Ly had the button, and raised to 11,000. Jeff Lisandro called from the big blind, and the flop came down . Lisandro and Ly both checked to see the land on the turn. Lisandro and Ly checked again, and then the landed on the river. Once again, both players checked.
Lisandro showed the for trip fours, and he won the pot.
Hand #18: Lisandro limped in from the small blind, and Ly checked from the big blind. On the flop, Lisandro checked, and Ly bet 5,000. Lisandro called.
The was added on the turn, and Lisandro checked. Ly also checked.
The landed on the river, and both players checked again. Lisandro showed the for a straight, and he won the pot.
hand #19: Lisandro made it 14,000 to go on the button, Ly reraised to 46,000 from the small blind, Lisandro went all in for 127,000, and Ly tank-called with the . Lisandro had the .
The flop, turn, and river ran out , and Lisandro doubled up.