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2021 World Series of Poker

Event #80: $3,000 6-Handed Pot-Limit Omaha
Dias: 3
Event Info

2021 World Series of Poker

Resultado Final
Mão Vencedora
Event Info
Prize Pool
Informações sobre o nível
80,000 / 160,000
Informações sobre o torneio - Dia 3
Jogadores em jogo

Max Avela Eliminated in 14th Place ($13,215)

Nível 20 : 10,000/20,000, 0 ante
Max Avela
Max Avela

After both players checked the flop {a-Spades}{5-Clubs}{3-Clubs} to the turn {6-Spades}, Max Avela bet 135,000 and Dylan Weisman shoved. Avela called all-in for 320,000 total and was at risk.

Max Avela: {5-Diamonds}{6-Hearts}{8-Spades}{3-Spades}
Dylan Weisman: {a-Hearts}{2-Clubs}{10-Clubs}{8-Hearts}

Avela was ahead two pair for fives and sixes, while Weisman held a pair of aces with a flush and straight draw.

The river was the {4-Hearts} and Weisman made a straight to eliminate Avela.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Dylan Weisman us
Dylan Weisman
2,360,000 490,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Max Avela fi
Max Avela

Tags: Dylan WeismanMax Avela

Senovio Ramirez III Eliminated in 16th Place ($13,215); Chino Rheem Eliminated in 15th Place ($13,215)

Nível 20 : 10,000/20,000, 0 ante
Chino Rheem
Chino Rheem

The progression of quick eliminations continued as Senovio Ramirez III was seen standing up and leaving after Robert Cowen took him out with the board reading {8-Hearts}{a-Spades}{10-Hearts}{4-Diamonds}{5-Hearts}. Cowen had the {a-Hearts}{9-Diamonds}{7-Hearts}{5-Clubs} while Ramirez's hand was swept away.

A couple of hands later, Chino Rheem was also vanquished by Cowen as he headed to the payout desk.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Robert Cowen gb
Robert Cowen
5,750,000 2,635,000
Day 2 Chip Leader
WSOP 2X Winner
Senovio Ramirez III us
Senovio Ramirez III
Chino Rheem us
Chino Rheem

Tags: Chino RheemRobert Cowen

Mike Matusow Vying For 5th Bracelet In Event #80: $3,000 Pot-Limit Omaha

Mike Matusow
Mike Matusow

After two days of action in Event #80: $3,000 Pot-Limit Omaha, only 24 players remain from a starting field 496. Among them is four-time bracelet winner Mike Matusow (665,000). Matusow grinded the short stack for much of Day 2 before building a stack late into the night. When play resumes, he will start with 35 big blinds.

He will face off against several other notables from the poker community, including Chino Rheem (1,000,000), Uri Reichenstein (900,000), David Coleman (1,250,000), and Dylan Weisman (1,475,000), who won his first World Series Of Poker bracelet last month in PLO.

Bagging the chip lead into Day 3 is Robert Cowen (2,800,000). Cowen is seeking his first bracelet and finished 13th in a PLO event last month. He will be looking to improve on that performance as he takes 140 big blinds into the day.

Event #80: $3K PLO Day 3 Top 10 Chip Counts

RANKPLAYERCountryChipsBig Blinds
1Robert CowenUnited Kingdom2,800,000140
2Steven FormanUnited States1,685,00084
3Dylan WeismanUnited States1,475,00074
4Karel MokryCzech Republic1,475,00074
5David ColemanUnited States1,250,00063
6Raphael SchreinerAustria1,210,00061
7Chino RheemUnited States1,000,00050
8Robert EmmersonUnited Kingdom915,00046
9Jered BettencourtUnited States840,00042
10Senovio Ramirez IIIUnited States730,00037

Play will begin at 2 p.m. today on Level 20, with the blinds at 10,000/20,000. Each player is guaranteed a payday of $10,692 but they will all be vying for the top prize of $280,916 and the coveted WSOP gold bracelet.

Keep up with all the action on PokerNews as the live reporting team provides hand updates and chip counts throughout the day. Or follow any of the other WSOP events from our continuing coverage at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino.

Event #80: $3K PLO Day 3 Seat Draw

Amazon4011Robert CowenUnited Kingdom2,800,000140
Amazon4012Richard AshbyUnited Kingdom370,00019
Amazon4013Naor SlobodskoyIsrael210,00011
Amazon4014Eddie OchanaUnited States490,00025
Amazon4016Chino RheemUnited States1,000,00050
Amazon4021Dante Goya FenandesBrazil455,00023
Amazon4022Tony HartmannUnited States485,00024
Amazon4023William BensonUnited States460,00023
Amazon4024Uri ReichensteinIsrael700,00035
Amazon4026Michael SchwartzUnited States525,00026
Amazon4081Raymond HensonUnited States305,00015
Amazon4082Robert EmmersonUnited Kingdom915,00046
Amazon4085Jered BettencourtUnited States840,00042
Amazon4086Steven FormanUnited States1,685,00084
Amazon4091Toby BoasUnited States225,00011
Amazon4092Raphael SchreinerAustria1,210,00061
Amazon4093Max AvelaFinland700,00035
Amazon4094Mike MatusowUnited States665,00033
Amazon4096David WilliamsUnited States410,00021
Amazon4101Karel MokryCzech Republic1,475,00074
Amazon4102Konstantin BucherlGermany555,00028
Amazon4103David ColemanUnited States1,250,00063
Amazon4104Senovio Ramirez IIIUnited States730,00037
Amazon4105Dylan WeismanUnited States1,475,00074

Tags: Chino RheemDante Goya FenandesDavid ColemanDavid WilliamsDylan WeismanEddie OchanaKonstantin BucherlMax AvelaMike MatusowRichard AshbyRobert CowenSteven FormanUri Reichenstein