Event 8: $1,500 Omaha Hi-Low Split 8-or-Better
Event 8: $1,500 Omaha Hi-Low Split 8-or-Better
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Official Day 1 Chip Counts (v celoti)


Here are the official bagged and tagged chip counts from day 1.

Nikolai Yakovenko ru
Nikolai Yakovenko
ru 61,600
Raymond Davis us
Raymond Davis
us 57,200
Matthew Croker
Matthew Croker
Todd Brunson us
Todd Brunson
us 48,500
Brandon Bregman
Brandon Bregman
Ryan Lenaghan us
Ryan Lenaghan
us 46,800 18,800
Matt Lefkowitz
Matt Lefkowitz
Daniel Negreanu ca
Daniel Negreanu
ca 45,000
Jeff Madsen us
Jeff Madsen
us 44,000 17,200
Joseph Kuether us
Joseph Kuether
us 43,500
David James us
David James
us 43,000
Ryan Miller us
Ryan Miller
us 41,900
Kenneth Shei
Kenneth Shei
Jesus Cortes es
Jesus Cortes
es 41,500
Shawn Prigmore
Shawn Prigmore
Men Nguyen us
Men Nguyen
us 39,900 1,900
Peter Mavro
Peter Mavro
Matt Savage us
Matt Savage
us 39,500 23,500
Gaurav Kalro us
Gaurav Kalro
us 39,400
Joe Poole
Joe Poole
Amnon Filippi us
Amnon Filippi
us 38,300 3,300
Michael Schneider us
Michael Schneider
us 38,200
Scott Oreilly
Scott Oreilly
Dan Shak us
Dan Shak
us 37,300 -3,700
Scott Bohlman us
Scott Bohlman
us 36,900

Preberi vse

Day 1 Ends with Davis Among the Leaders

• Nivo 10: 800-1,600, 0 ante
Raymond Davis
Raymond Davis

Day 1 of Event 8: $1,500 Omaha Hi-Low Split 8-or-Better is in the books, and Nikolai Yakoveko and Raymond Davis are among the chip leaders.

The day got off to a slow start, but once the late registrants started to pour in, the field and prize pool grew. When the dust settled, the official number of entrants was 967, and after ten levels of play, only 220 remain.

With no 5 p.m. event at the WSOP today, a plethora of notables played, including Andrey Zaichenko, Owais Ahmed, Mike Leah, Allen Kessler, David Benyamine, Eric Baldwin, Phil Ivey and Xuan Liu. All of those players busted however, induing Ivey, who was unable to get anything going. He did flop the nuts in a three-way all in pot however. With the board reading {7-Diamonds}{10-Diamonds}{3-Diamonds}, Ivey and two opponents capped the action, and the rest of the money went in when the {8-Clubs} turned. Ivey’s {a-Diamonds}{q-Diamonds}{10-Clubs}{5-Clubs} was a lock to win the high unless the board paired, and it didn’t when the {k-Clubs} fell on the river. Unfortunately, Ivey fell as well to the hands of Mike Matusow.

Matusow and tablemate Bertrand “ElkY” Grospellier made it to Day 2. Matusow is somewhat short with around 12,000 chips, but he’s still confident.

“I have five big bets and I feel great,” he said during the tenth level of play.

Other survivors include Daniel Negreanu, who quietly built a 45,000-chip stack, Dan Shak, Amnon Filippi, Men Nguyen, Ryan Lenaghan, Chris Klodnicki, Todd Brunson, and Jeff Madsen.

Davis grinded all day to build his 57,200-chip stack, but during the final level he received an 8,000-chip gift. On a board of {9-Diamonds}{2-Clubs}{9-Clubs}{6-Clubs}, an opponent capped the action, and when the {10-Clubs} fell on the river, he stuck his last bet in. Davis called with {a-Clubs}{a-Spades}{10-Diamonds}{5-Hearts}, and his opponent showed {3-Spades}{2-Diamonds}{x-}{x-} before exiting.

We’re nearly 100 spots from the money, and play will resume tomorrow at 1 p.m. local time. Make sure you return to PokerNews for all of your up-to-the-minute updates.

Good Night from Vegas!

Oznake: Raymond Davis


Without a 5 p.m. tournament to double dip in, Jason Mercier has been forced to grind Event 8 all day. He's been very quiet, and his stack is stuck at 4,000 chips, but he's persistent. There's no quit.

At a neighboring table, friend Allen Bari, who appeared on today's PokerNews Podcast, has also been quiet. Bari is also below average with 15,000 chips.

Allen Bari us
Allen Bari
us 15,000 8,000
Jason Mercier us
Jason Mercier
us 4,000 -11,000

Oznake: Allen BariJason Mercier

More From "The Mouth"

• Nivo 10: 800-1,600, 0 ante

Mike Matusow on Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier: "This guy didn't even know how to play stud, and he won the World Championship! He doesn't win a tournament for six months and he acts like something's wrong!"

The Mouth is warming up, and ElkY can do nothing but smile.

Oznake: Mike MatusowBertrand Grospellier

Davis' Gift

Raymond Davis was heads up with an opponent with the board reading {9-Diamonds}{2-Clubs}{9-Clubs}{6-Clubs}. The two got what looked like five bets in, and the river brought the {10-Clubs}. The player bet 1,400, which is less than one bet, and Davis quickly called, fanning {a-Clubs}{a-Spades}{10-Diamonds}{5-Hearts}.

The player showed the {2-Diamonds}, then the {3-Spades}, and then he flashed the rest of his hand before mucking.

The entire table was quite bewildered, and Davis could do nothing but laugh as he pulled in the pot.

Raymond Davis us
Raymond Davis
us 49,000 7,000

Oznake: Raymond Davis

Let ElkY Hold The Money

• Nivo 10: 800-1,600, 0 ante

"You want a last longer?" Mike Matusow just asked Raymond Davis, who's seated at an adjacent table.

Davis showed interest, and Matusow offered him an even-money bet, despite being out-chipped by nearly 30,000.

"How much?" Davis asked.

"20K," Matusow answered. "But he's holding the money."

"He" was Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier.

"Who's that???" Davis blurted.

"A guy I trust," Matusow returned.

It took Davis a few minutes to realize it was all a level.

"How can you go back on your word like that?" Davis asked.

"If I win one pot..." Matusow teased.

The two went back and forth for a little longer, but eventually let it go.

Oznake: Mike MatusowRaymond Davis


Matthew Croker recently emerged as the tournament chip leader. Croker, a member of #TeamGrime, has slightly over 50,000 chips.

Matthew Croker
Matthew Croker
50,000 45,500

Oznake: Matthew Croker

Ivey Out

We just saw Phil Ivey walk out of the Brasilia Room, meaning only one thing - he's out. When we walked to his table, we saw that Mike Matusow was stacking chips.

Since Ivey's elimination, Matusow's table has broken. He's now seated on Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier's left.

Mike Matusow us
Mike Matusow
us 13,400 1,100
Phil Ivey us
Phil Ivey
us Izpadel

Oznake: Mike MatusowPhil IveyBertrand Grospellier