Stephen Song and Daniel Weinman got their chips in the middle on a flop of with Song at risk for 2,100,000 chips.
Song had an open-ended straight draw, while Weinman had a wrap. The on the turn gave Weinman bottom pair and a was a massive brick. Somehow Weinman won with a pair of deuces sending Song to the payout cage.
Germandio Andoni bet 300,000 from under the gun then Ruslan Dykshteyn, in early position, potted to 1,000,000. Action folded to Andoni and very quickly both players had their chips in the middle with Dykshteyn at risk for 3,300,000.
Andoni was in trouble as his kings were behind Dykshteyn's aces, however the case king in the window on the board of gave Andoni an unlikely boat sending Dykshteyn to the rail in eighth place.
|1||Stephen Song||United States||2,250,000|
|2||Eduardo Bernal Sanchez||Colombia||4,700,000|
|3||Daniel Weinman||United States||6,420,000|
|5||Jamey Hendrickson||United States||7,400,000|
|6||Chino Rheem||United States||6,300,000|
|7||Germandio Andoni||United States||4,250,000|
|8||Ruslan Dykshteyn||United States||3,500,000|
Right as the other table was breaking to move to the feature final table, Oliver Weis found himself all in preflop against Daniel Weinman.
The board ran out which meant Weinman was declared the winner with two pair, aces and tens.
Oliver Weis was eliminated in ninth place for a payout of $23,277.
Chino Rheem in the small blind and Lautaro Guerra in the big blind got their chips in the middle preflop with Guerra at risk for 1,000,000 chips.
Guerra took the lead on the flop of for two pair, but Rheem hit the gutshot straight when the landed on the turn. The river improved the Spaniard's two pair but was not enough to beat Rheem. Guerra bubbles the final table.
The play has started on Day 3 of Event #30 pot-limit Omaha 8-handed.
As soon as the first elimination takes place there will be a redraw for a nine-handed table.
Welcome to the 2022 WSOP at Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas and Event #30: $1,000 Pot-Limit Omaha 8-Handed Day 3! The action is set to begin today at noon local time with only ten players remaining from an original field of 1,891.
Day 2 saw 108 hopefuls return for their bid to make the final table. The original plan was to play down to the final six players, however, the decision was made to stop at the end of Level 27 instead. Today they will play until a champion is crowned.
Leading the charge is none other than Daniel Weinman] with 6,420,000 chips, or 64 big blinds if you prefer. Weinman is a WSOP Circuit ring winner and has come close to securing a coveted WSOP bracelet several times, but one still eludes him. Weinman is now in good position to possibly be the player to hold up the bracelet this evening and collecting the first-place prize money of $255,359.
Also through to the final day's proceedings are such luminaries as Chino Rheem (4,855,000), Stephen Song (2,665,000), and German grinder Oliver Weis (1,610,000), who online poker fans will know better as "sk2ll_m0dR".
|1||Daniel Weinman||United States||6,420,000||64|
|2||Eduardo Bernal Sanchez||Colombia||4,940,000||49|
|3||Chino Rheem||United States||4,855,000||48|
|4||Germandio Andoni||United States||4,555,000||45|
|5||Jamey Hendrickson||United States||4,495,000||45|
|6||Ruslan Dykshteyn||United States||3,200,000||32|
|8||Stephen Song||United States||2,665,000||26|
Event #30: $1,000 Pot-Limit Omaha 8-Handed
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