Eventos ao Vivo 1
Event #18: $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship



Early Chip Changes

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Shaun Deeb won a pot against Robert Mizrachi and Ryan Lenaghan doubled his short stack through Frankie O'Dell.

However, it was all for naught as Lenaghan was involved in a three-bet pot with Robert Slezak and paid off the bet of Slezak on the river of a board {a-Diamonds}{9-Diamonds}{6-Diamonds}{3-Spades}{6-Clubs}. Slezak turned over {a-Hearts}{q-Diamonds}{6-Spades}{2-Spades} for a full house and Lenaghan mucked.

Dominik Baud faced Yarron Bendor and eventually folded the {10-Clubs}{10-Spades}{3-Diamonds}{5-Hearts} turn to yet another bet by Bendor to remain very short.

Shaun Deeb us
Shaun Deeb
us 750,000 98,000
Yarron Bendor us
Yarron Bendor
us 700,000 53,000
Robert Slezak us
Robert Slezak
us 700,000 245,000
Robert Mizrachi us
Robert Mizrachi
us 550,000 -153,000
Dominik Baud ch
Dominik Baud
ch 81,000 -180,000
Ryan Lenaghan us
Ryan Lenaghan
us 50,000 -215,000

Tags: Dominik BaudFrankie O'DellRobert MizrachiRobert SlezakRyan LenaghanShaun DeebYarron Bendor

Andrew Kelsall Eliminated in 21st Place ($14,959)

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Andrew Kelsall
Andrew Kelsall

Blind on blind and on a {8-Diamonds}{j-Diamonds}{4-Clubs}{7-Spades} turn, Ken Aldridge checked and Andrew Kelsall was all in for 31,000. Aldridge called.

Ken Aldridge: {a-Hearts}{9-Hearts}{6-Hearts}{3-Diamonds}
Andrew Kelsall: {a-Spades}{a-Diamonds}{9-Spades}{8-Hearts}

Kelsall looked set for half with his aces against the made low of Aldridge. However, the turn {5-Clubs} improved Aldridge to a nine-high straight and he shook Kelsall's hand as he was eliminated.

Ken Aldridge us
Ken Aldridge
us 1,350,000 172,000
Andrew Kelsall us
Andrew Kelsall
us Eliminado

Tags: Ken AldridgeAndrew Kelsall

Simeon Myers Eliminated in 22nd Place ($14,959)

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Simeon Myers
Simeon Myers

Simeon Myers had lost flush over flush in the last hand of Day 2 against David Benyamine and came back with 5,000 only. In one of the first hands he was all in and chopped to double his stack, then chopped to remain at 10,000 before bowing out.

Robert Campbell in the big blind and Mike Matusow on the button played the first main pot, on which Campbell check-called all the way on the {a-Spades}{q-Clubs}{7-Diamonds}{8-Hearts}{5-Spades} board. Campbell had {q-Spades}{7-Clubs}{6-Diamonds}{3-Clubs}, Matusow the {a-Diamonds}{q-Hearts}{8-Clubs}{2-Diamonds} and Myers the {q-Diamonds}{5-Hearts}{3-Diamonds}{2-Clubs}.

The next hand was chopped once between Matusow and Robert Mizrachi and then Myers was forced all in from the big blind against Mizrachi.

Simeon Myers: {a-Spades}{j-Spades}{6-Clubs}{3-Clubs}
Robert Mizrachi: {a-Hearts}{a-Diamonds}{q-Spades}{2-Spades}

The board came {q-Hearts}{10-Clubs}{2-Diamonds}{6-Hearts}{10-Diamonds} and there was no qualifying low to eliminate Myers in 22nd place for $14,959.

Simeon Myers US
Simeon Myers
US Eliminado

Tags: David BenyamineMike MatusowRobert CampbellRobert MizrachiSimeon Myers

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David "Bakes" Baker Eliminated in 23rd Place ($14,959)

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David “Bakes” Baker
David “Bakes” Baker

Four players saw a flop of {j-Spades}{4-Hearts}{6-Spades} and it checked to Ryan Lenaghan who bet. Nick Guagenti raised and Robert Slezak folded. David "Bakes" Baker then re-raised and only Guagenti called.

The turn was the {6-Hearts} and the pair proceeded to get the rest of Baker's stack in.

Nick Guagenti: {6-Clubs}{5-Hearts}{4-Clubs}{3-Clubs}
David "Bakes" Baker: {10-Hearts}{7-Spades}{6-Diamonds}{4-Spades}

Both players had turned a full house. The river was the {5-Clubs}.

"Better boat," said Guagenti.

"You do," replied a seemingly shell-shocked Baker, "You do."

Nick Guagenti us
Nick Guagenti
us 850,000 183,000
David "Bakes" Baker us
David "Bakes" Baker
us Eliminado

Tags: Robert SlezakRyan LenaghanNick GuagentiDavid "Bakes" Baker


Who Will Make the $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo Final Table?

Ken Aldridge
Ken Aldridge

Just 23 players remain in contention for the WSOP gold bracelet and $443,641 in prize money that awaits the winner of Event #18: $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo Championship.

The plan for Day 3 is to play down to a final table of six ready for the live stream to begin on Sunday. The pace of eliminations, especially early on, is expected to be rapid; five players will begin the day with less than five big bets to their name.

Leading the way is Ken Aldridge with 1,178,000 in chips. The former teacher already has one WSOP bracelet which he won back in 2009 when he took down the $1,500 NLHE 6-Max for $428,259 defeating the likes of Bryce Yockey and Bryn Kenney who were earning just their first and second WSOP cashes respectively.

Second in chips is another bracelet winner, Owais Ahmed with 1,074,000. The only other player over a million in chips, his bracelet came in 2011 in the $2,500 Omaha/Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better event.

Other well-known players through to Day 3 and setting their sights on a spot at the final table include Shaun Deeb, Mike Matusow, Robert Mizrachi, Mike Wattel and Day 1 chip leader Yarron Bendor.

Stay tuned to PokerNews for all the action here on Day 3.

Tags: Ken AldridgeMike MatusowMike WattelOwais AhmedRobert MizrachiShaun DeebYarron Bendor

Seat Draw Day 3 Event $18: $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship

RoomTableSeatPlayerCountryChip Count
Amazon4121Richard AshbyUnited Kingdom587,000
Amazon4122Andrew YehUnited States677,000
Amazon4123Sam HiggsAustralia314,000
Amazon4125Dominik BaudSwitzerland261,000
Amazon4126Ken AldridgeUnited States1,178,000
Amazon4127Andrew KelsallUnited States141,000
Amazon4128Yarron BendorUnited States647,000
Amazon4129Ed VartughianUnited States185,000
Amazon4131Mike MatusowUnited States298,000
Amazon4132Shaun DeebUnited States652,000
Amazon4133Robert CampbellAustralia560,000
Amazon4134Robert MizrachiUnited States703,000
Amazon4135Simeon MyersUnited States5,000
Amazon4136Jake SchwartzUnited States408,000
Amazon4137Owais AhmedUnited States1,074,000
Amazon4138David BenyamineUnited States605,000
Amazon4141Frankie O'DellUnited States692,000
Amazon4142Robert SlezakUnited States455,000
Amazon4144David "Bakes" BakerUnited States169,000
Amazon4145Ryan LenaghanUnited States265,000
Amazon4146Ville HaavistoFinland127,000
Amazon4147Nick GuagentiUnited States667,000
Amazon4148Mike WattelUnited States320,000
Event #18: $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship
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