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2018 49th Annual World Series of Poker The Official WSOP Live Updates

Tuesday, June 12, 2018 to Thursday, June 14, 2018

Event #26: $1,000 Pot-Limit Omaha

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  • Buy-in: $1,000
  • Prizepool: $887,400
  • Entries: 986
  • Remaining: 0
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06/14/18 12:19:44 AM PDT (about 101 days and 4 hours ago)
 
Filippos Stavrakis Leads Remaining 14 to Day 3 in Event #26: $1,000 Pot-Limit Omaha
 

Filippos Stavrakis

Filippos Stavrakis is the chip leader at the end of Day 2 of Event #26: $1,000 Pot-Limit Omaha. After two full days of playing, the field has been narrowed down from 986 to 14 players. All players that return tomorrow are guaranteed to bank $7,446, but the first-place prize of $169,842 and the elusive gold WSOP awaits the winner on Thursday, June 14.

The day started with exactly 100 players left and opened with a flurry of bustouts. One of the first players to exit the field was Dutch bracelet winner Marcel Vonk (98th - $1,658). The other four bracelet winners left in the field also didn't make it: Ken Aldridge (78th - $1,962), Joe Cada (75th - $1,962), Adrian Buckley (72nd - $2,190) andCalen McNeil (71st - $2,190) all got eliminated in the early stages of the day.

Other notable players that didn't make it through to Day 3 were Christian Harder (92nd - $1,658), Martin Finger (59th - $2,485), Ioannis Angelou Konstas (40th - $3,363) andShannon Shorr (29th - $4,008). Chipleader at the start of the day, Trinidadian Ryan Goindoo, busted out shortly before the end of the night. Goindoo finished in 18th place, earning himself $5,965.

While Filippos Stavrakis is holding the chip lead, he is closely followed by Ruslan Dykshteyn (767,000) and Pascal Damoi (632,000). Brazilian star Felipe Ramos might be known for his no-limit prowess, he's showing his talent in Pot-Limit Omaha as well as he sits in fourth with 450,000 chips.

Stavrakis started the day with 141,500 in chips and it seemed that the only was up for him. There was one big pot halfway through the day where Stavrakis got up to 675,000. He made the absolute nuts on the river and check-raised to extract full value from Uri Reichenstein, who eventually busted in 27th place, cashing for $4,852.

Day 3 will continue on Thursday, June 14, at 12 p.m. local time. They will play down to a winner and action can be followed from start to finish on PokerNews.

06/14/18 12:13:09 AM PDT (about 101 days and 4 hours ago)
 
Day 3 Seating and Chip Counts
 
RoomTableSeatPlayerCountyChip CountBig Blinds
Amazon4311Joshua LarsonUnited States55,0005
Amazon4312Peter KleinUnited States206,00017
Amazon4314Thayer RasmussenUnited States300,00025
Amazon4316Jordan SiegelUnited States438,00037
Amazon4317Clinton MonfortUnited States292,00024
Amazon4318Felipe RamosBrazil450,00038
Amazon4319Arthur MorrisUnited States329,00027
       
Amazon4393Filippos StavrakisUnited States903,00075
Amazon4394Pascal DamoisFrance632,00053
Amazon4395Ruslan DykshteynUnited States262,00022
Amazon4396Georgios KaravokyrisGreece115,00010
Amazon4397David CaruthersUnited States242,00020
Amazon4398Floyd BangerterUnited States108,0009
Amazon4399Robert CowenUnited Kingdom95,0008
06/14/18 12:08:04 AM PDT (about 101 days and 4 hours ago)
 
End-of-Day Chip Counts
 
Filippos Stavrakis903,000103,000
Pascal Damois632,000-33,000
Felipe Ramos450,00056,000
Jordan Siegel438,000120,000
Arthur Morris329,000-6,000
Thayer Rasmussen300,00020,000
Clinton Monfort292,000112,000
Ruslan Dykshteyn262,000-528,000
David Caruthers242,000-44,000
Peter Klein206,000-29,000
Georgios Karavokyris115,000-20,000
Floyd Bangerter108,0008,000
Robert Cowen95,000-17,000
Joshua Larson55,000-69,000
06/14/18 12:05:57 AM PDT (about 101 days and 4 hours ago)
 
The Day Has Come to an End
 

The Day 2 of the tournament has now completed the ten levels of play and 14 remaining players have bagged their chips.

06/14/18 12:04:17 AM PDT (about 101 days and 4 hours ago)
 
Peter Gelencser Eliminated in 15th Place ($7,446)
 

Peter Gelencser

Peter Gelencser opened to 35,000 from the button and Ruslan Dykshteyn called. The flop came     and action checked to Gelencser who moved all in for 62,000. Dykshteyn called it off.

Peter Gelencser:     
Ruslan Dykshteyn:     

Gelencser was the one needing to connect but failed to do so on the   turn and   river. Dykshteyn took down the pot and added to his stack which has grown from around 250,000 to almost 800,000 in the last level of play.

Ruslan Dykshteyn790,000125,000
Peter Gelencser0-208,000
06/13/18 11:57:28 PM PDT (about 101 days and 4 hours ago)
 
Thibaut Klinghammer Eliminated in 16th Place ($5,965)
 

Thibaut Klinghammer

Thibaut Klinghammer also nearly missed out on Day 3 and did so while holding aces. Klinghammer held      and was up against the      of Fillipos Stavrakis.

Despite being a substantial favorite from the get-go, the board ran out       to improve Stavrakis to two pair and end Klinghammer's run in 16th place.

Filippos Stavrakis800,00076,000
Thibaut Klinghammer0-188,000
06/13/18 11:52:22 PM PDT (about 101 days and 4 hours ago)
 
Ayed Shweihat Eliminated in 17th Place ($5,965)
 

Ayed Shweihat

Ayed Shweihat got eliminated ten minutes before the end of Day 2. His last chips got in the middle preflop against Georgios Karavokyris.

Ayed Shweihat:     
Georgios Karavokyris:     

The board ran out       and Shweihat nines succumbed to Karavokyirs' kings. Shweihat was eliminated in 17th place.

Georgios Karavokyris135,000-5,000
Ayed Shweihat0-53,000
06/13/18 11:45:35 PM PDT (about 101 days and 4 hours ago)
 
Ryan Goindoo Eliminated in 18th Place ($5,965)
 

Ryan Goindoo

Ryan Goindoo just doubled up Ruslan Dykshteyn after calling his all in preflop and Dykshteyn ended the hand with broadway.

Ryan Goindoo moved all in for his remaining 31,000 and was called by Dyshteyn and one other player. The flop came     and both players checked to the   on the turn.

Dykshteyn bet and the other player folded. Goindoo then tabled      for two pair and Dykshteyn then showed      for a flopped full house. The river bricked out and Goindoo was eliminated.

Ruslan Dykshteyn665,000352,000
Robert Cowen112,000-52,000
Ryan Goindoo0-228,000
06/13/18 11:13:40 PM PDT (about 101 days and 5 hours ago)
 
Ramos Gets Some Back
 

Felipe Ramos just lost a healthy sized pot to David Caruthers before this pot.

Felipe Ramos opened to 22,000 from the cutoff and was called by Arthur Morris from the button. The flop came     and Ramos bet out 36,000.

Morris made the call and the turn fell the  . Both players checked and the river came the  . Both players checked to showdown and Ramos tabled      for two pair. Morris mucked and Ramos added some chips to his stack.

Felipe Ramos394,00022,000
Arthur Morris335,000-119,000
06/13/18 10:58:41 PM PDT (about 101 days and 5 hours ago)
 
Chip Counts
 
Filippos Stavrakis724,000-76,000
Pascal Damois665,000205,000
Arthur Morris454,000204,000
Felipe Ramos372,000-118,000
Jordan Siegel318,000-57,000
Ruslan Dykshteyn313,00065,000
David Caruthers286,00076,000
Thayer Rasmussen280,0000
Peter Klein235,0005,000
Ryan Goindoo228,00083,500
Peter Gelencser208,00011,500
Thibaut Klinghammer188,000-42,000
Clinton Monfort180,00070,500
Robert Cowen164,000-226,000
Georgios Karavokyris140,00032,000
Joshua Larson124,000-32,000
Floyd Bangerter100,000100,000
Ayed Shweihat53,00016,000
06/13/18 10:55:52 PM PDT (about 101 days and 5 hours ago)
 
Level 20 started
 
Level: 20 Blinds: 5000/10000 Ante: 0
06/13/18 10:55:33 PM PDT (about 101 days and 5 hours ago)
 
Redraw
 
TableSeatPlayerCountryChips
4181Thibaut KlinghammerFrance188,000
4182Peter GelencserHungary208,000
4183Filippos StravrakisUnited States724,000
4184Ryan GoindooTrinidad & Tobego228,000
4185Ruslan DykshteynUnited States313,000
4186Georgios KaravokyrisGreece140,000
4187Ayed ShweihatUnited States53,000
4188Floyd BangerterUnited States100,000
4189Robert CowenUnited Kingdom164,000
     
4191Joshua LarsonUnited States124,000
4192Peter KleinUnited States235,000
4193David CaruthersUnited States286,000
4194Thayer RasmussenUnited States280,000
4195Pascal DamoisFrance665,000
4196Jordan SiegelUnited States318,000
4197Clinton MonfortUnited States180,000
4198Felipe RamosBrazil372,000
4199Arthur MorrisUnited States454,000
06/13/18 10:43:36 PM PDT (about 101 days and 5 hours ago)
 
Bobac Medalian Eliminated in 19th Place ($4,852)
 

Bobac Medalina

Bobac Medalian got all his chips in the middle while the flop was reading    . Medalian was holding      and he was in rough shape against the      of Arthur Morris.

The   turn and   river completed the board and Medalian was eliminated just before the final two tables.

Arthur Morris250,000172,000
Bobac Medalian0-127,000
06/13/18 10:24:15 PM PDT (about 101 days and 6 hours ago)
 
Jan Larsson Eliminated in 20th Place ($4,852)
 

Jan Larsson

Jan Larsson raised to 28,000 and it folded around to Peter Klein, who announced a pot-sized raise. To be sure he was all-in, Larsson repotted it. After the call by Klein, the cards went on their backs.

Jan Larsson:     
Peter Klein:     

The dealer dealt the flop and Klein hit a straight when     came down. He improved to a better straight on the   turn, picked up a set for good measure and even promoted to a full house on the   river.

Larsson headed for the rail, picking up $4,852 at the cashier for his 20th place finish.

Peter Klein230,00069,000
Jan Larsson0-203,000
06/13/18 10:16:15 PM PDT (about 101 days and 6 hours ago)
 
Nick Guagenti Eliminated in 21st Place ($4,852)
 

Nick Guagenti

The board read     and Filippos Stavrakis bet 20,000 into a pot that was around 52,000. Nick Guagenti moved all in and Stavrakis made the call.

Both players then flipped over their hands, Guagenti showed      for a pair of aces with a straight draw and Stavrakis tabled      for two pair.

The turn fell the   and Stavrakis was still ahead with his two pair. The river fell the   and Stavrakis took down the pot with his full house, eliminating Guagenti.

Filippos Stavrakis800,000150,000
Nick Guagenti0-245,500
06/13/18 10:01:04 PM PDT (about 101 days and 6 hours ago)
 
Stavrakis in Front
 
Filippos Stavrakis650,00059,000
Felipe Ramos490,00068,500
Pascal Damois460,000-25,000
Robert Cowen390,00052,000
Jordan Siegel375,00022,000
06/13/18 09:57:17 PM PDT (about 101 days and 6 hours ago)
 
Level 19 started
 
Level: 19 Blinds: 4000/8000 Ante: 0
06/13/18 09:36:41 PM PDT (about 101 days and 6 hours ago)
 
Final Break
 

The players are on their final 15-minute break of the day. After the break they will play two more 60-minute levels to end the day.

06/13/18 09:10:17 PM PDT (about 101 days and 7 hours ago)
 
Gabriel Andrade Eliminated in 22nd Place ($4,852)
 

Gabriel Andrade

Ryan Goindoo opened to 12,000 from under the gun and Gabriel Andrade called from the button. Felipe Ramos bet 60,000 from the small blind and action folded back to Andrade who then moved all in for 152,000. Ramos made the call and the players then revealed their hands.

Felipe Ramos:     
Gabriel Andrade:     

The flop came down     and Ramos picked up a flush draw to go with his aces. The turn came the   and Andrade picked up a straight draw to go with his aces.

The river came down the   and Ramos completed his flush, eliminating Andrade from the tournament and winning a very healthy sized pot in the process of doing so.

Felipe Ramos421,500187,500
Gabriel Andrade0-121,000
06/13/18 08:53:12 PM PDT (about 101 days and 7 hours ago)
 
Bradley Butcher Eliminated in 23rd Place ($4,852)
 

Bradley Butcher

Bradley Butcher pushed his final 30,000 to the middle from the small blind after it was folded to him. The big blind, David Caruthers, called to put Butcher at risk.

Bradley Butcher:     
David Caruthers:     

The board ran out       and Butcher was sent to the cashiers' desk.

David Caruthers210,0001,000
Bradley Butcher0-38,000
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