Event #64: $600 Pot-Limit Omaha Deepstack

Event Info

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

Informações do Nível

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

Informações do Jogador - Dia 2

Jogadores Restantes 1
Entries 102



Sharma Puts the Pressure On

• Nível 23: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante

In a three-way single-raised pot, players saw a flop of {9-Diamonds}{10-Spades}{q-Clubs}. All three players checked the flop, including Nishant Sharma and Liam Murray.

When the {6-Spades} hit the turn, Murray led out for about 100,000 into a pot of nearly 200,000. After some thinking Liam Murray announced "raise," and slid in 500,000.

Put to a decision for all his chips, Murray let his cards go and lived to fight for another pot.

Nishant Sharma in
Nishant Sharma
in 1,310,000
Liam Murray AU
Liam Murray
AU 260,000

Tags: Liam MurrayNishant Sharma

Mota Rivers It

• Nível 23: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante
Rafael Mota
Rafael Mota

After Rafael Mota bet 60,000 on a board of {5-Diamonds}{9-Hearts}{8-Diamonds}{5-Spades} from the big blind versus the cutoff, his opponent Justin Bullion made the call.

The river {3-Clubs} completed the board and Mota sized up, this time to 150,000. Bullion called and Mota showed down {3-Diamonds}{3-Spades}{9-Clubs}{q-Clubs} for a rivered full house. Bullion hung his head as he tossed his cards into the muck.

Rafael Mota br
Rafael Mota
br 14,250,000 13,085,000
Justin Bullion us
Justin Bullion
us 575,000 -295,000

Tags: Justin BullionRafael Mota

Lee Adds More With River Bet

• Nível 23: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante

Christopher Skinner and Aaron Lee were in a heads-up out battling for a pot of 565,000 on the river.

The board showed {5-Hearts}{q-Clubs}{3-Clubs}{3-Spades}{3-Hearts}. Skinner checked it to Lee from the big blind. Lee announced, "pot," and slid in 565,000.

After thinking for a bit, Skinner groaned and tossed his cards into the muck.

Aaron Lee US
Aaron Lee
US 1,610,000 535,000
Christopher Skinner au
Christopher Skinner
au 370,000 -265,000

Tags: Aaron LeeChristopher Skinner

Keogh Folds Out Rivered Trips of Rean

• Nível 23: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante

On a turn, with the board reading {5-Diamonds}{2-Hearts}{8-Clubs}{3-Diamonds} Glen Keogh bet 185,000 chips and Nirath Rean made the call.

On the {5-Spades} river, Rean checked to Keogh who bet pot, 695,000. That would have left Rean with just 10,000 chips behind if he called and lost. After several minutes in the tank he reluctantly made the fold, showing the {5-Spades}.

Glen Keogh ie
Glen Keogh
ie 2,750,000 365,000
Nirath Rean us
Nirath Rean
us 705,000 -355,000

Tags: Glen KeoghNirath Rean

Gunness Starts Off By Stacking Opponent

• Nível 23: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante

Action started with Noah Wiseman and Paul Gunness getting all their chips in the middle preflop. Wiseman was at risk with about 12 big blinds.

Noah Wiseman: {k-Hearts}{q-Clubs}{10-Clubs}{4-Hearts}
Paul Gunness: {k-Diamonds}{k-Clubs}{9-Diamonds}{7-Spades}

The flop made Gunness a big favorite when two nines hit the board. Wiseman couldn't find any help and Gunness won the pot with his trips.

Paul Gunness US
Paul Gunness
US 640,000 425,000
Noah Wiseman US
Noah Wiseman
US Eliminado

Tags: Noah WisemanPaul Gunness

Shuffle Up and Deal!

• Nível 23: 15,000-30,000, 30,000 ante

Day 2 of he tournament is officially underway!


Day 2 Is Upon Us In Event #64: $600 Pot-Limit Omaha Deep Stack

Michael Mizrachi
Michael Mizrachi

Only 102 players return today to play for World Series of Poker gold as well as $199,466 in Event #64: $600 Pot-Limit Omaha Deep Stack.

There will be a 15-minute break after every three levels, with levels being 30-minutes long. After they kick things off at noon (12 p.m.) local time, the plan is to play down to a winner and give out another beautiful WSOP bracelet. Players head into Level 23, with blinds at 15,000/30,000/30,000 big blind ante, with the average stack around 660,000 chips, so action is sure to be thick and quick.

Top 10 Chip Stacks

PlacePlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
1Guillaume SoumierFrance3,055,000102
2Tommi LankinenFinland2,440,00081
3Geln KeoghIreland2,385,00080
4Xiaohui YuUnited States1,930,00064
5Stanislav HalatenkoUnited Kingdom1,780,00059
6Jihyun MinSouth Korea1,775,00059
7Daniel TordjmanFrance1,770,00059
8Michael NewmanUnited States1,590,00053
9Igor IoffeUnited States1,545,00052
10Barry LeventhalUnited States1,500,00050

French player Guillaume Soumier (3,055,00) has the chip lead, but plenty of other players will be hustling to increase their stack and put themselves in final table contention.

Notables including reigning WSOP Main Event champion Koray Aldemir (265,000), five time bracelet winner Michael Mizrachi (1,105,000) and British player David Docherty (535,0000) are all still in the hunt.

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Event #64: $600 Pot-Limit Omaha Deepstack
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