Dan 2 končan
Dan 2 končan
Day 2 of Event #80: $3,000 6-Handed Pot-Limit Omaha is in the books. By the end of the night, it was Robert Cowen who bagged the chip lead with a massive stack of 2,800,000 in chips.
There were 122 players who returned for Day 2, with just 75 spots making the money from an original field of 496. Only 24 will return on Friday at 2 p.m. local time for Day 3.
Event #80: $3K PLO Day 2 Top 10 Chip Counts
|1||Robert Cowen||United Kingdom||2,800,000||140|
|2||Steven Forman||United States||1,685,000||84|
|3||Dylan Weisman||United States||1,475,000||74|
|4||Karel Mokry||Czech Republic||1,475,000||74|
|5||David Coleman||United States||1,250,000||63|
|7||Chino Rheem||United States||1,000,000||50|
|8||Robert Emmerson||United Kingdom||915,000||46|
|9||Jered Bettencourt||United States||840,000||42|
|10||Senovio Ramirez III||United States||730,000||37|
A few of the players to bag a stack include Steven Forman (1,685,000), Dylan Weisman (1,475,000), David Coleman (1,250,000), Chino Rheem (1,000,000), Uri Reichenstein (900,000), and Mike Matusow (665,000).
The action started fast with the field making the money bubble just three and half hours into the day. Some of the early eliminations included Ari Engel, Jake Schwartz, Esther Taylor, Ali Imsirovic, and Brett Richey.
The bubble itself however would drag on for about an hour and a half. It was Noah Bronstein and Mark Birdsall who ended up busting on the same hand to get the rest of the field into the money with a guaranteed payout of $4,819.
Some of the players to make the money but not bag at the end of the night were Daniel Negreanu, Phil Laak, Rok Gostisa, Christian Harder, Ben Yu and Gabriel Andrade.
Play ended an hour early tonight, so tomorrow will pick up on Level 20 with the blinds at 10,000/20,000 and will likely play down to a winner.
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|ROOM||TABLE||SEAT||PLAYER||CITY / STATE / COUNTRY||Chips||Big Blinds|
|Amazon||401||1||Robert Cowen||United Kingdom||2,800,000||140|
|Amazon||401||2||Richard Ashby||United Kingdom||370,000||19|
|Amazon||401||4||Eddie Ochana||United States||490,000||25|
|Amazon||401||6||Chino Rheem||United States||1,000,000||50|
|Amazon||402||1||Dante Goya Fenandes||Brazil||455,000||23|
|Amazon||402||2||Tony Hartmann||United States||485,000||24|
|Amazon||402||3||William Benson||United States||460,000||23|
|Amazon||402||6||Michael Schwartz||United States||525,000||26|
|Amazon||408||1||Raymond Henson||United States||305,000||15|
|Amazon||408||2||Robert Emmerson||United Kingdom||915,000||46|
|Amazon||408||5||Jered Bettencourt||United States||840,000||42|
|Amazon||408||6||Steven Forman||United States||1,685,000||84|
|Amazon||409||1||Toby Boas||United States||225,000||11|
|Amazon||409||4||Mike Matusow||United States||665,000||33|
|Amazon||409||6||David Williams||United States||410,000||21|
|Amazon||410||1||Karel Mokry||Czech Republic||1,475,000||74|
|Amazon||410||3||David Coleman||United States||1,250,000||63|
|Amazon||410||4||Senovio Ramirez III||United States||730,000||37|
|Amazon||410||5||Dylan Weisman||United States||1,475,000||74|
Players have bagged and will return at 2 p.m. tomorrow.
Action was on the turn on a board that read . Robert Emmerson bet the pot from the cutoff, which was 210,000 and Tony Hartmann called after much deliberation from the button.
The river came the . Emmerson went all in for 120,000. Hartmann immediately started to curse under his breath and stand up shaking his head.
"All I can beat is a stone bluff" he said. After thinking for a few minutes he flashed and folded in disgust.
"Please don't show me a bluff" he pleaded but Emmerson did just that as he turned over and spiked the on the table to confirm the fears of Hartmann and collected the pot.
Orod Ashegh moved all in with his short stack. Robert Emmerson called and Tony Hartmann shoved his larger stack into the middle which folded out Emmerson.
The board ran out to eliminate Ashegh.
Brian Hastings was all in and at risk preflop against Uri Reichenstein.
The runout was and Hastings could not topple the kings of Reichenstein.
- Slepe stave: