Event #25: $1,000 Pot-Limit Omaha
Dia 1 Concluído
Event #25: $1,000 Pot-Limit Omaha
Dia 1 Concluído
Day 1 of Event #25: $1,000 Pot-Limit Omaha attracted a field of 1,058 and after a fast-paced and action-filled day, with a whole host of big names entering.
The likes of Vanessa Selbst, Frank Kassela, Allen Kessler, Mike Ross, Shaun Deeb, Ryan Laplante, Mike Sexton, Rep Porter, Men Nguyen and Connor Drinan all played and bust today.
Such as the intensity of today’s action, the money bubble burst shortly before the final level of the day, with the remaining players all guaranteed $1,501. Martin Kabrhel was lucky to survive, as at one point he was all in from the big blind with just one big blind remaining. However, there were six limpers and the Czech player rivered a flush to stay alive.
Some players who bust in the money included Martin Kabrhel (154th - $1,501), Naoya Kihara (148th - $1,501), Manig Loeser (139th - $1,501) and Yuval Bronshtein (116th - $1,579).
Defending champion Sam Soverel also cashed in this event, but bust in the last level of the night in 111th for a payout of $1,579.
It’s also interesting to note that the second, third and fourth place finishers in last week’s $565 Pot-Limit Omaha Event all bagged up at the end of the night. Jason Stockfish (69,200), Steven Wolansky (14,100), Igor Sharaskin (118,600), and Scott Davies (45,900) will all return tomorrow.
There are still some big names left in the field including Bruno Politano (51,200), Nadar Kakhmazov (103,100), Michael Mizrachi (153,800), Dan Heimiller (16,800), Alex Foxen (102,000), Tony Cousineau (24,000), Jason Wheeler (92,00) and Fraser MacIntyre (111,100) but none of them come close to the monster stack of Casey Carroll.
He bagged up 210,800 and will return tomorrow with the intention of getting one step closer to the final table and shot at earning their first WSOP bracelet along with $179,126 in prize money.
The players will return Wednesday at 12 p.m.
|Amazon||168||1||Kyle Fleischmann||United States||65,300|
|Amazon||168||2||Scott Bohlman||United States||76,800|
|Amazon||168||3||Jason Chung||United States||45,700|
|Amazon||168||4||Jose Rosenkrantz||United States||11,700|
|Amazon||168||5||Steven Wolansky||United States||14,100|
|Amazon||168||6||Andrew Watson||United States||18,500|
|Amazon||168||7||Adam White||United States||27,100|
|Amazon||168||8||Kenneth Po||United States||19,700|
|Amazon||169||1||Mark Zullo||United States||55,500|
|Amazon||169||2||Jason Wheeler||United States||92,000|
|Amazon||169||3||Justin Gardenhire||United States||41,500|
|Amazon||169||4||Caufman Talley||United States||34,700|
|Amazon||169||5||William Migely||United States||57,300|
|Amazon||169||6||Matthew Franklin||United States||23,600|
|Amazon||169||7||Peter Ruderschmidt||United States||32,000|
|Amazon||169||9||Lawrence Lazar||United States||45,400|
|Amazon||170||1||Eugene Tung||United States||34,400|
|Amazon||170||2||Brant Hale||United States||22,900|
|Amazon||170||3||Rami Mornel||United States||13,800|
|Amazon||170||4||Michael Rocco||United States||81,400|
|Amazon||170||5||Alex Foxen||United States||102,500|
|Amazon||170||7||Dan Heimiller||United States||16,800|
|Amazon||170||8||Jon Lane||United States||64,400|
|Amazon||171||1||Jesse Rockowitz||United States||28,300|
|Amazon||171||2||Jacob Dahl||United States||22,200|
|Amazon||171||4||Jeff Chapman||United States||30,000|
|Amazon||171||5||Gregory Kolo||United States||45,000|
|Amazon||171||6||Daniel Spencer||United States||44,500|
|Amazon||171||7||James Hoeland||United States||29,000|
|Amazon||171||9||Timothy Woodson||United States||24,200|
|Amazon||172||1||James Chen||United States||77,800|
|Amazon||172||2||Allan Le||United States||138,000|
|Amazon||172||3||Christopher O'Rourke||United States||41,800|
|Amazon||172||4||Grantel Gibbs||United States||46,700|
|Amazon||172||6||Jesse Fulmer||United States||164,700|
|Amazon||172||7||Joshua Ladines||United States||16,700|
|Amazon||173||1||Bradley Jansen||United States||59,800|
|Amazon||173||2||Alexander Condon||United States||18,700|
|Amazon||173||4||Tyler Groth||United States||54,200|
|Amazon||173||7||Darren Taylor||United Kingdom||96,400|
|Amazon||175||1||Jonathan Zarin||United States||55,900|
|Amazon||175||2||Daniel Tang||United Kingdom||14,000|
|Amazon||175||4||Christopher Flint||United Kingdom||40,100|
|Amazon||175||5||Fraser MacIntyre||United Kingdom||111,100|
|Amazon||175||7||Jonathan Ruiz||United States||55,900|
|Amazon||176||1||Yashuo Chin||United States||146,200|
|Amazon||176||2||Jason Stockfish||United States||64,200|
|Amazon||176||3||Nick Schwarmann||United States||36,000|
|Amazon||176||5||Madhava Wimalaratna||United Kingdom||8,300|
|Amazon||176||6||Yu Zheng||United States||34,200|
|Amazon||176||7||Brad Ruben||United States||23,800|
|Amazon||176||8||Jeffrey Wang||United States||41,400|
|Amazon||177||1||Tony Cousineau||United States||24,000|
|Amazon||177||3||Donald Maloney||United States||20,500|
|Amazon||177||4||Bill Mince||United States||53,500|
|Amazon||177||5||Phillip Mighall||Brighton, , GT||55,400|
|Amazon||177||7||Jeremy Janowiak||United States||21,900|
|Amazon||177||8||Andrew Lukovsky||United States||116,500|
|Amazon||178||2||Michael Mizrachi||United States||153,800|
|Amazon||178||3||Corey Emery||United States||32,200|
|Amazon||178||4||Gary Bolden||United States||47,500|
|Amazon||178||5||James Hughes||United States||55,300|
|Amazon||178||6||Andrew Margolis||United States||85,200|
|Amazon||178||8||Morgan Popham||United States||26,000|
|Amazon||178||9||Daniel Harmetz||United States||30,000|
|Amazon||179||3||Richard Hu||United States||46,300|
|Amazon||179||4||Benjamin Eilers||United States||50,400|
|Amazon||179||5||Nick Peperone||United States||32,100|
|Amazon||179||6||Adam Brown||United States||56,300|
|Amazon||179||7||Gregg Merkow||United States||38,900|
|Amazon||179||8||Jesse Chinni||United States||140,200|
|Amazon||179||9||Jeff Sluzinski||United States||64,600|
|Amazon||180||3||Tom Midena||United States||95,600|
|Amazon||180||4||Shane Raleigh||United States||13,400|
|Amazon||180||5||Jesse Yaginuma||United States||74,200|
|Amazon||180||6||Joseph Bowers||United States||10,900|
|Amazon||180||9||Casey Carroll||United States||210,800|
Players will play four more hands before bagging chips for the night.
Adam Brown, Jason Stockfish, and a third player got all the chips in the middle on a flop of . Stockfish had the largest of the three stacks, Brown was in the middle, and the third player was the shortest. Brown tabled for middle set and the nut flush draw, and Stockfish showed the nut flush draw.
The turn brought the , giving Brown a straight and leaving both of his opponents in need of help on the river. However, the changed nothing and Brown took the pot to double through Stockfish and eliminate the shortest stack.
Jesse Yaginuma, Lawrence Lazar, and one other player got all the chips in on a flop of . Lazar had the largest of the three stacks and Yaginuma had the smallest.
The turn was the , giving Yaginuma the nut flush and Lazar a smaller one. The third player needed the board to pair on the river to preserve his tournament life, but the changed nothing, so Yagonuma scooped the main pot and Lazar took the side to send the middle stack to the cage.
One of the chip leaders Andy Margolis and a player with just 1,800 chips remaining got all in before the flop.
"Do you have me covered?" the short-stacked player asked jokingly.
Margolis was the preflop underdog, but the board ran out and he scooped the pot with two pair to eliminate his opponent and end the money bubble.
In the last hand before the bubble, five players saw a flop of . It checked to Martin Kabrhel, who bet 2,000, and the small blind was the only caller.
The turn was the , and the small-blind check-called a bet of 4,000. The river was the , and it checked to Kabrhel, who moved all in covering his opponent. His opponent called. Kabrhel showed and lost to his opponent's .
A few hands later, Kabrhel limped in, called a bet on the flop, then folded the turn, leaving himself with just one big blind.
An orbit later, Kabrhel was all in from the big blind, and there were six limpers. The six live players checked down a flop of , and after waiting for all hands at other tables to conclude, the hands were turned over:
That left Martin Kabrhel. The silent player, who one hand earlier had asked to see "the rules of the tournament" before acting on his hand (an act which resulted in the clock being called on him) turned over his hand. One by one, he tantalizingly exposed his cards: The . The . The . The . That's a Jack-high flush, and he septupled his stack to 5,600.