Eventos ao Vivo 1
Event #64: $600 Pot-Limit Omaha Deepstack
Dias:
12

Event Info

Buy-in $600
Prize Pool $1,457,580
Players 2,858

Informações sobre o nível

Nível 39
Blinds 600,000 / 1,200,000
Ante 1,200,000

Informações sobre o torneio - Dia 2

Jogadores em jogo 1
Entradas 102

Highlights

Highlights

Rafael Mota Eliminated in 8th Place ($24,250)

• Nível 35: 250,000-500,000, 500,000 ante
Rafael Mota
Rafael Mota

After action folded to Rafael Mota in the small blind, he raised to 1,500,000 and Konstantin Angelov called out of the big blind.

When the {10-Diamonds}{j-Spades}{3-Hearts} fell, Mota put the rest of his stack in, around 1,400,000, and Angelov called.

Rafael Mota: {a-Clubs}{k-}{q-Hearts}{2-Diamonds}
Kostantin Angelov: {j-Hearts}{9-Diamonds}{3-Clubs}{2-Spades}

The {4-Diamonds} turn and {4-Spades} river didn't improve Mota's hand and he was sent to the rail in eighth place for $24,250.

Konstantin Angelov bg
Konstantin Angelov
bg 11,250,000 3,975,000
Rafael Mota br
Rafael Mota
br Eliminado

Tags: Konstantin AngelovRafael Mota

Christopher Keller Eliminated in 9th Place ($19,009)

TerranceReid • Nível 35: 250,000-500,000, 500,000 ante
Christopher Keller
Christopher Keller

Christopher Keller moved all in from under the gun for 1,400,000. Action folded all the way to Rafael Mota in the big blind who called immediately.

Christopher Keller: {a-Clubs}{q-Hearts}{6-Spades}{5-Clubs}
Rafael Mota: {j-Spades}{9-Hearts}{8-Spades}{7-Hearts}

Keller watched Mota take the lead when the {10-Clubs}{6-Diamonds}{j-Hearts} hit the flop. The {q-Clubs} turn and {3-Diamonds} river gave Mota the straight to send Keller home.

Rafael Mota br
Rafael Mota
br 3,450,000 1,075,000
Christopher Keller US
Christopher Keller
US Eliminado

Tags: Christopher KellerRafael Mota

ClubGG is Offering $18,000 Worth of WSOP Bubble Protection For $49.99

MattHansen • Nível 35: 250,000-500,000, 500,000 ante
ClubGG
ClubGG

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Nível:
35
Blinds:
250,000/500,000
Ante:
500,000

Unofficial Final Table Redraw (Completo)

TerranceReid • Nível 34: 200,000-400,000, 400,000 ante
TableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
Bally's 21Christopher KellerUnited States1,325,0002.65
Bally's 22Konstantin AngelovUnited States7,275,00014.55
Bally's 23Benjamin MinerUnited States8,875,00017.75
Bally's 24Gregg MerkowUnited States17,750,00035.5
Bally's 25Guillaume SoumierFrance19,600,00039.2
Bally's 26Igor IoffeUnited States11,375,00022.75
Bally's 27Philippe PelluaultFrance2,425,0004.85
Bally's 28VIvian SalibaBrazil13,775,00027.55
Bally's 29Rafael MotaBrazil2,375,0004.75
Guillaume Soumier fr
Guillaume Soumier
fr 19,600,000 7,600,000
Gregg Merkow us
Gregg Merkow
us 17,750,000 3,750,000
Vivian Saliba br
Vivian Saliba
br 13,775,000 6,575,000
Igor Ioffe us
Igor Ioffe
us 11,375,000 375,000
Benjamin Miner us
Benjamin Miner
us 8,875,000 -25,000
Konstantin Angelov bg
Konstantin Angelov
bg 7,275,000 -3,525,000
Philippe Pelluault fr
Philippe Pelluault
fr 2,425,000 -1,375,000
Rafael Mota br
Rafael Mota
br 2,375,000 -4,625,000
Christopher Keller US
Christopher Keller
US 1,325,000 525,000

Leia tudo

Dinner Break

TerranceReid • Nível 34: 200,000-400,000, 400,000 ante

Players are on a 60-minute dinner break and will return to play at 7:47 p.m.

Justin Bullion Eliminated in 10th Place ($15,020)

TerranceReid • Nível 34: 200,000-400,000, 400,000 ante
Justin Bullion
Justin Bullion

Igor Ioffe opened to 1,400,000 from middle position. Action folded to Justin Bullion who moved all in for 1,925,000. Back to Ioffe, he made the call to put Bullion at risk.

Justin Bullion: {a-Hearts}{a-Spades}{j-}{3-}
Igor Ioffe: {a-Diamonds}{q-Clubs}{5-Clubs}{2-Diamonds}

The players saw the {j-Spades}{3-Diamonds}{q-Spades} hit the board. No one had a flush draw, so Bullion still looked to be in good shape with two pair. The {4-Clubs} turn and {2-Clubs} brought Ioffe into the lead with a straight, though, and eliminated Bullion on short of the unofficial final table.

Igor Ioffe us
Igor Ioffe
us 11,000,000 -2,600,000
Justin Bullion us
Justin Bullion
us Eliminado

Tags: Igor IoffeJustin Bullion

2022 WSOP Featured Females: Meet Wendeen Eolis, 1st Woman to Ever Cash Main Event

• Nível 34: 200,000-400,000, 400,000 ante
Wendeen Eolis
Wendeen Eolis

In the mid 1980’s, women were considered no factor in the World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event, and other than the famous rounder and professional gambler Thomas “Amarillo Slim” Preston, poker players rarely made headlines in the mainstream press. That all changed when Wendeen Eolis became the first woman to cash at poker’s “Big Dance.”

In the 1986 WSOP Main Event, Eolis battled some of the best players in the world, including Amarillo Slim, in a field of 141 runners. She was on her way to a 25th-place finish for a $10,000, return on her buy-in, and permanent bragging rights as the first woman in history to cash in the WSOP Main Event.

Eolis attributes her 1986 WSOP performance to a year of poker tutoring from one of the best, a “relatively” conservative game plan, and cooperative cards. She told PokerNews, “Even today, women can win more by bluffing less than men.”

Click here to read the full feature on PokerNews!

Jarryd Godena Eliminated in 11th Place ($15,020)

• Nível 34: 200,000-400,000, 400,000 ante
Jarryd Godena
Jarryd Godena

Jarryd Godena had recently almost tripled up, but he still met his demise when he had potted it to 1,400,000 under-the-gun and been called by the small blind, Gregg Merkow.

The flop came down {a-Clubs}{4-Hearts}{q-Spades} and they got the rest of Godena's few hundred thousand chips in.

Jarryd Godena: {q-Clubs}{j-Clubs}{10-Clubs}{10-Hearts}
Gregg Merkow: {q-Hearts}{q-Diamonds}{9-Hearts}{7-Diamonds}

It wasn't great news for Godena and the {9-Diamonds} and {2-Clubs} sealed his fate in 11th, good for $15,020.

Gregg Merkow us
Gregg Merkow
us 8,500,000 2,300,000
Jarryd Godena au
Jarryd Godena
au Eliminado

Tags: Gregg MerkowJarryd Godena

Sokchheka Pho Eliminated in 12th Place ($11,964)

TerranceReid • Nível 34: 200,000-400,000, 400,000 ante
Sokchheka Pho
Sokchheka Pho

Sokchheka Pho entered the pot from middle position before action folded to Konstantin Angelov Angelov. He potted to nearly 3,000,000. Pho called with a short stack and the players flipped their cards over.

Sokchheka Pho: {a-Spades}{8-Hearts}{4-Spades}{2-Spades}
Konstantin Angelov: {q-Clubs}{j-Clubs}{10-Spades}{9-Clubs}

Angelov was jamming to some music in his headphones as he watched the {6-Spades}{10-Diamonds}{7-Clubs}{k-Clubs}{7-Hearts} board run out to give him the winner. Pho was eliminated as players get closer to the final table.

"You like that song now," noted Vivian Saliba.

"He was doing that the whole time," said Benjamin Miner.

Angelov kept his head nodding to the beat as he raked the pot.

Konstantin Angelov bg
Konstantin Angelov
bg 10,800,000 5,100,000
Sokchheka Pho us
Sokchheka Pho
us Eliminado

Tags: Konstatin AngelovSokchheka Pho