06/30/11 02:39:29 AM PDT
Swinging like nobody's business.
|Michael Mizrachi||1,090,000||120,000 |
|Scotty Nguyen||780,000||-165,000 |
|Abe Mosseri||630,000||30,000 |
|Scott Bohlman||490,000||-70,000 |
|Owais Ahmed||350,000||30,000 |
06/30/11 02:27:05 AM PDT
Scott Bohlman: / /
Abe Mosseri: / /
Bohlman had the bring in and Mosseri raised on third before betting all streets except seventh where it was checked down. Bohlman showed for a pair of kings to beat Mosseri's and jump above the 500,000 mark
06/30/11 02:20:25 AM PDT
Which will be massively out of date within one hand.
|Michael Mizrachi||970,000||-65,000 |
|Scotty Nguyen||945,000||240,000 |
|Abe Mosseri||705,000||-95,000 |
|Scott Bohlman||390,000||45,000 |
|Owais Ahmed||320,000||-20,000 |
06/30/11 02:16:27 AM PDT
Gerard Rechnitzer was all in on the turn of a board with against Abe Mosseri's . Both had the wheel but Mosseri's six-high straight ensured he got three-quarters of the pot after the river.
Rechnitzer was left short and was all in preflop against Scotty Nguyen and Abe Mosseri. The latter check-called a bet on the flop before both players checked the turn. Mosseri then check-folded to a bet on the river. Nguyen showed for aces up, Rechnitzer could only flip and with no low available, he went on 6th place.
|Gerard Rechnitzer||0||-150,000 |
06/30/11 02:10:21 AM PDT
Owais Ahmed was firing flop, turn and river of a board with Michael Mizrachi calling him down. But Ahmed flipped for the nut flush and the nut low to win the entire pot.
|Michael Mizrachi||1,035,000||-185,000 |
|Owais Ahmed||340,000||185,000 |
06/30/11 02:03:05 AM PDT
|Michael Mizrachi||1,220,000||-22,000 |
|Abe Mosseri||800,000||205,000 |
|Scotty Nguyen||705,000||-52,000 |
|Scott Bohlman||345,000||5,000 |
|Owais Ahmed||155,000||-190,000 |
|Gerard Rechnitzer||150,000||-50,000 |
06/30/11 01:56:54 AM PDT
Gregory Jamison had just been crippled in the Stud 8 by Abe Mosseri when the latter showed a pair of fives and a 7-6-5-4-2 low to scoop a decent pot. The rest of Jamison's chips went in with preflop against Mosseri's .
The flop was and Jamison made two pair while Mosseri made a vunerable 8-2 low, the turn changed nothing. Jamison needed a five, six or seven to scoop while Mosseri needed an ace, king or jack to counterfeit and make a better two pair for his own scoop. (An eight would give Jamison three quarters).
The river was the , Mosseri made aces and kings and won the entire pot meaning we now have just six players left.
|Abe Mosseri||595,000||176,000 |
|Gregory Jamison||0||-72,000 |
06/30/11 01:51:35 AM PDT
06/30/11 01:48:38 AM PDT
Rechnitzer: / /
Mosseri: / /
Gerard Rechnitzer was firing on third, fourth and fifth street before Mosseri raised him on sixth street. Rechnitzer called and then called another bet on seventh. Mosseri showed for a pair of queens and he chopped with Rechnitzer's for a low.
Chop it up.
06/30/11 01:34:53 AM PDT
|Michael Mizrachi||1,242,000||-158,000 |
|Scotty Nguyen||757,000||332,000 |
|Abe Mosseri||419,000||-136,000 |
|Owais Ahmed||345,000||-120,000 |
|Scott Bohlman||340,000||145,000 |
|Gerard Rechnitzer||200,000||-110,000 |
|Gregory Jamison||72,000||-48,000 |
06/30/11 01:28:27 AM PDT
Thomas Whitehair: / /
Abe Mosseri: / /
Thomas Whitehair had bet on third and fourth before calling a bet from Abe Mosseri on fifth. Whitehair raised all in on sixth over the top of another bet and Mosseri quickly called. Whitehair showed for queens up but Mosseri had the already in his hand for a full house along with a or (we couldn't see which but he picked up the other one on seventh). Whitehair needed a queen but only got the and was eliminated.
|Abe Mosseri||555,000||155,000 |
|Thomas Whitehair||0||-120,000 |
06/30/11 01:11:59 AM PDT
Antony Lellouche was all in against Michael Mizrachi.
Lellouche paired his aces on fifth but by this point 'The Grinder' already had a straight and when Lellouche bricked on sixth he already began to walk off before seventh street was even dealt.
With that, our final table has been set!
|Michael Mizrachi||1,400,000||60,000 |
|Antony Lellouche||0||-78,000 |
06/30/11 01:11:11 AM PDT
Seat 1: Owais Ahmed
Seat 2: Gerard Rechnitzer
Seat 3: Scott Bohlman
Seat 4: Michael Mizrachi
Seat 5: Thomas Whitehair
Seat 6: Gregory Jamison
Seat 7: Antony Lellouche
Seat 8: Abe Mosseri
Seat 9: Scotty Nguyen
06/30/11 01:06:29 AM PDT
|Michael Mizrachi||1,340,000||140,000 |
|Owais Ahmed||465,000||115,000 |
|Scotty Nguyen||425,000||100,000 |
|Abe Mosseri||400,000||50,000 |
|Gerard Rechnitzer||310,000||-190,000 |
|Scott Bohlman||195,000||-25,000 |
|Thomas Whitehair||120,000||30,000 |
|Gregory Jamison||120,000||-80,000 |
|Antony Lellouche||78,000||13,000 |
06/30/11 12:57:07 AM PDT
Matthew Ashton raised the cutoff and was called by Gregory Jamison and Michael Mizrachi in the blinds.
The flop as checked to Ashton who bet, Jamison folded and Mizrachi made the call. On the turn, Mizrachi check-raised and Ashton reraised all in.
Mizrachi showed and Ashton flipped - the latter needed to get there with his back up low draw or hit another ace or six to scoop but the river was the and we're now moving to the secondary feature table for our unofficial final table.
|Michael Mizrachi||1,200,000||100,000 |
|Matthew Ashton||0||-115,000 |
06/30/11 12:52:36 AM PDT
Matthew Ashton had doubled up on a board with against Michael MIzrachi's in a pretty cooling spot.
Soon after though, Ashton was paying him back his money, calling "The Grinder" down but mucking on the end of a board when Mizrachi showed him for a wheel.
|Michael Mizrachi||1,100,000||-3,000 |
|Matthew Ashton||115,000||-15,000 |
06/29/11 11:43:26 PM PDT
Players are now on a 1 hour dinner break.
|Michael Mizrachi||1,103,000||53,000 |
|Gerard Rechnitzer||500,000||140,000 |
|Abe Mosseri||350,000||155,000 |
|Owais Ahmed||350,000||250,000 |
|Scotty Nguyen||325,000||180,000 |
|Scott Bohlman||220,000||-33,000 |
|Gregory Jamison||200,000||-50,000 |
|Matthew Ashton||130,000||-15,000 |
|Thomas Whitehair||90,000||-285,000 |
|Antony Lellouche||65,000||-240,000 |
06/29/11 11:40:40 PM PDT
Ashton: / /
Mizrachi: / /
Matthew Ashton had raised on third and Michael Mizrachi was the only caller. Ashton bet on fourth and fifth but Mizrachi check-raised both streets before firing out himself on sixth and seen.
Mizrachi turned over for a nine high straight and a 7-6-5-2-A low which scooped.
|Michael Mizrachi||1,050,000||350,000 |
|Matthew Ashton||145,000||-80,000 |
06/29/11 11:35:57 PM PDT
In a four-way pot, it was checked to Gerard Rechnitzer who fired out on the board, Scotty Nguyen folded, Abe Mosseri and Thomas Whitehair both called. On the turn Rechnitzer fired again after two checks, Mosseri folded and Whitehair called.
The river was the and Rechnitzer fired a third time, Whitehair folded and Rechnitzer apparently flashed for the wheel plus a seven-high straight.
06/29/11 11:15:49 PM PDT
Benjamin Lukas: / /
Matthew Ashton: / /
Benjamin Lukas was all in by fifth street against against Matthew Ashton's made two pair. Lukas had quite a few outs for a chop as well as some for a scoop but bricked everything and Ashton didn't even need seventh to win the pot.
|Benjamin Lukas||0||-195,000 |