Event #15: $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship
Dia 2 Iniciado
Event #15: $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship
Dia 2 Iniciado
|Paris||127||1||John Esposito||United States||240,000|
|Paris||127||3||Hal Rotholz||United States||92,000|
|Paris||127||6||Scott Bohlman||United States||86,000|
|Paris||127||7||Jesse Klein||United States||333,000|
|Paris||127||8||Bryce Yockey||United States||398,000|
|Paris||127||9||Matt Vengrin||United States||103,000|
|Paris||133||1||Danny Chang||United States||118,000|
|Paris||133||2||Scott Clements||United States||158,000|
|Paris||133||4||Randy Ohel||United States||145,000|
|Paris||133||5||Todd Brunson||United States||106,000|
|Paris||133||8||Daniel Zack||United States||115,000|
|Paris||134||3||Esther Taylor-Brady||United States||103,000|
|Paris||134||4||Nathan Gamble||United States||34,000|
|Paris||134||6||Ian Bradley||United Kingdom||91,000|
|Paris||134||8||Yarron Bendor||United States||140,000|
|Paris||135||3||Jeff Madsen||United States||40,000|
|Paris||135||4||Jason Riesenberg||United States||51,000|
|Paris||135||5||Andrew Brown||United States||77,000|
|Paris||135||6||Jake Schwartz||United States||194,000|
|Paris||135||7||Kane Kalas||United States||118,000|
|Paris||135||8||Tim Seidensticker||United States||116,000|
|Paris||135||9||Dustin Dirksen||United States||187,000|
|Paris||136||1||Daniel Chio||United States||181,000|
|Paris||136||2||Mark Gregorich||United States||64,000|
|Paris||136||5||Frank Kassela||United States||112,000|
|Paris||136||6||Long Tran||United States||91,000|
|Paris||137||1||Todd Lepow||United States||78,000|
|Paris||137||2||Aleksey Filatov||United States||64,000|
|Paris||137||6||Nyle Rock||United States||88,000|
|Paris||137||7||Bart Hanson||United States||104,000|
|Paris||137||8||Matthew Woodward||United States||171,000|
|Paris||137||9||Eric Kurtzman||United States||103,000|
|Paris||138||1||John Racener||United States||136,000|
|Paris||138||3||Damjan Radanov||United States||182,000|
|Paris||138||4||Jeffrey Vaughn||United States||48,000|
|Paris||138||5||Andrew Kelsall||United States||123,000|
|Paris||138||8||Benjamin Gold||United States||95,000|
|Paris||139||1||Ryan Miller||United States||117,000|
|Paris||139||2||Raymond Henson||United States||174,000|
|Paris||139||3||Jake Liebeskind||United States||103,000|
|Paris||139||5||Chris Bell||United States||140,000|
|Paris||139||7||Ray Dehkharghani||United States||350,000|
|Paris||139||8||John Monnette||United States||65,000|
|Paris||139||9||Roland Israelashvili||United States||101,000|
|Paris||140||1||Peiwen Wang||United States||58,000|
|Paris||140||2||Ian O'hara||United States||34,000|
|Paris||140||3||Daniel Zhu||United States||107,000|
|Paris||140||4||Erik Seidel||United States||80,000|
|Paris||140||6||Paul Zappulla||United States||202,000|
|Paris||140||8||Robert Mizrachi||United States||99,000|
|Paris||141||1||Ryan Turner||United States||40,000|
|Paris||141||2||Benny Glaser||United Kingdom||51,000|
|Paris||141||5||Kevin Biernacki||United States||77,000|
|Paris||141||6||Bart O'Connell||United States||295,000|
|Paris||141||9||Timothy Dalessandro||United States||95,000|
|Paris||142||1||David Prociak||United States||214,000|
|Paris||142||2||Dylan Linde||United States||61,000|
|Paris||142||3||Stephen Johnson||United States||61,000|
|Paris||142||4||Michael Noori||United States||121,000|
|Paris||142||5||Jonathan Cohen||United States||54,000|
|Paris||142||8||Allen Kessler||United States||96,000|
|Paris||142||9||Mike Matusow||United States||175,000|
|Paris||143||2||Anthony Zinno||United States||21,000|
|Paris||143||3||Brock Parker||United States||59,000|
|Paris||143||4||Roger Carr||United States||109,000|
|Paris||143||6||Christopher Logue||United States||42,000|
|Paris||143||7||Phillip Hui||United States||94,000|
|Paris||143||8||Robert Campbell (AU)||Australia||83,000|
|Paris||143||9||Qinghai Pan||United States||189,000|
|Paris||144||1||Perry Friedman||United States||214,000|
|Paris||144||2||David "Bakes" Baker||United States||88,000|
|Paris||144||3||Aditya Prasetyo||United States||248,000|
|Paris||144||5||Nick Schulman||United States||54,000|
|Paris||144||6||Pj Cha||United States||55,000|
|Paris||144||8||William O'Neil||United States||68,000|
|Paris||144||9||Paul Volpe||United States||109,000|
Welcome to another day of the 2022 World Series of Poker (WSOP) at Bally's and Paris Las Vegas.
Kicking off at 2 p.m. local time on Wednesday, June 8 is Day 2 of Event #15: $10,000 Omaha Ho-Lo 8 or Better Championship, which sees 94 of the 180 entries returning for another day of split pot action.
That number could still increase, as late registration is upon until Day 2 gets underway. Any Day 2 entries will help inflate the already generated $1,678,500 prize pool.
Day 1 of this event saw Bryce Yockey (398,000) bag and tag the biggest stack, while Ray Dehkharghani (350,000) and Jesse Klein (333,000) were the only other two players to amass stacks north of 300,000.
The current field is littered with more than 35 bracelet winners, who will all be vying to add to their collection. None though, have more than Erik Seidel (80,000), who is on the hunt for his tenth WSOP bracelet.
Phil Hellmuth, who finished in 136th place ($2,400) in the $1,500 edition of this event, was expected to show up, but the leading all-time bracelet winner has, unfortunately, come down with a bout of COVID-19 and will have to miss out.
Just tested positive for Covid. Thought maybe I was immune (neither of my sons got it, nor did my Mom)…Good news: n… https://t.co/WpAn1tSj7q— phil_hellmuth (@phil_hellmuth)
Day 2 sees levels increase to 90-minutes and will close upon the completion of Level 17. There will be 10-minute breaks after every level and a 60-minute dinner break is scheduled after Level 14 (≈ 8:30 p.m.)
|60-minute dinner break|
Stick with PokerNews to keep up with all the action from Day 2 of this Championship event, and be sure to check out the WSOP live reporting hub in the meantime.
The tournament director has instructed the dealers to put the button on seat number nine and to get cards in the air.
Late registration of Event 15: $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship has officially been closed. There have been 196 total entries, with 110 players returning for Day 2. Sixteen of those entries registered just prior to the start of Day 2.
The prize pool is confirmed at $1,827,700 and payouts will be announced shortly.
New entrant Koray Aldemir was quickly in the action today, he was all-in on the turn on the board.
He played that hand against Scott Clements and Daniel Zack but it was a sweat for nothing : all the three players held the same hand, Ace-King for the nut straight. The river changed nothing.
Elsewhere, Anthony Zinno and Ilkka Heikkila were the first players to leave the tournament today, following their elimination.
Perry Friedman raised from the cutoff and was called by Nick Schulman in the big blind.
Schulman check-called a bet on the flop before action checked through on the turn. Schulman bet the river and was called.
Schulman rolled over his , and took down the pot with two pair, aces and fives.
David "Bakes" Baker was seen betting three times on a board against William O'Neil, in position (early vs late position)
Baker showed and top pair was enough to scoop the pot, O'Neil just mucked his hand.
|David "Bakes" Baker||140,000||52,000|