Event #33: $10,000 Seven Card Stud Hi-Low Split-8 or Better Championship

Event Info

Prijavnina $10,000
Nagradni sklad $1,579,200
Players 168

Informacije o trenutnem nivoju

Nivo 28
Stave 100,000 / 200,000
Ante 20,000

Jon Turner Eliminated in 18th Place

Phil Hellmuth shows Jon Turner the 4 of clubs, thus busting him out of the tournament.
Phil Hellmuth shows Jon Turner the 4 of clubs, thus busting him out of the tournament.

Jon Turner was the bring in with the {2-Spades} and he completed. Next to act was Phil Hellmuth and he raised with the {4-Hearts} showing. Action folded around to Turner and the rest of his chips got into the middle.

Turner: {A-Clubs}{2-Clubs}/{2-Spades}
Hellmuth: {5-Spades}{4-Spades}/{4-Hearts}

Turner's next three up cards came {Q-Diamonds}{K-Hearts}{K-Clubs} to give him kings up. Hellmuth's came {7-Hearts}{3-Spades}{10-Spades}, giving him outs to a flush, straight, low, pretty much the world. He peaked at his seventh street card, determining it was either the {5-Clubs} or {4-Clubs}. He flashed it to Turner first who was dejected to see the {4-Clubs}, giving Hellmuth trips. Turner was not saved by his {9-Diamonds} on seventh street and is out in 18th place.

Phil Hellmuth us
Phil Hellmuth
us 394,000 62,000
Jon Turner us
Jon Turner
us Izpadel

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Rodawig Leads The Way Into Day 3; Hellmuth and Seidel Lurking

Will this be #12 for Hellmuth?
Will this be #12 for Hellmuth?

Welcome to Day 3 of PokerNews' coverage of Event #33. the $10,000 Seven Card Stud Hi-Low Split-8 or Better Championship. A starting field of 168 is left with just 18 players, but only 16 will make the money and only one will emerge with the coveted WSOP gold bracelet.

Leading the way into Day 3 is Eric Rodawig with 695,000, but a skilled bunch is hot on his heels. David Benyamine, Ali Eslami, Antony Lellouche, Joe Tehan, John Racener, Ted Forrest, Phil Laak...you getting the picture? An elite field of poker's finest are still in the hunt. Phil Hellmuth currently sits seventh is chips. Will this be the first non hold'em WSOP event that Hellmuth conquers? Then there is Erik Seidel. His 2011 has been one for the record books. Will he add another bracelet to his collection?

Here are the table and seat assignments:

2791Ali Eslami415,000
2792Eric Rodawig695,000
2793Erik Seidel126,000
2794Antony Lellouche373,000
2796Christopher George350,000
2798Justin Smith86,000
2852Bill Chen113,000
2853Joe Tehan372,000
2855Felipe Ramos331,000
2856Mikhail Savinov101,000
2857Chris Tryba75,000
2858Phil Laak193,000
2911Ted Forrest280,000
2913Cyndy Violette53,000
2914John Racener321,000
2915Jon Turner44,000
2916Phil Hellmuth332,000
2917David Benyamine448,000

Play begins at 3pm local time, about 20 minutes from now, so be sure to keep it here at PokerNews throughout the day for all of the action as it unfolds!

Event #33: $10,000 Seven Card Stud Hi-Low Split-8 or Better Championship
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