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Wednesday, December 6, 2017 8:21 PM Local Time
Mixed games specialist David Brookshire won the only non-hold'em ring of the WSOP Circuit series at the Bicycle Casino on Wednesday evening. The Baltimore native defeated Dale Phillips heads-up to win the $365 Omaha Hi-Lo.
This is Brookshire's first ring after just missing out on a ring in a HORSE event at a Circuit stop in 2011 at Harrah's Southern California. He bested a field of 92 entries and took home $8,285. Brookshire doesn't play much hold'em and makes his living playing mixed cash games and tournaments in Southern California and Las Vegas.
Official Report (Will be published tonight)
Wednesday, December 6, 2017 3:07 PM Local Time
The Omaha Hi-Lo event is down to its final 10 players and they have redrawn for seats at the unofficial final table of 10 players. There is about 15 minutes remaining in the current level with limits of 5,000/10,000. Everybody is guaranteed at least $575, but the last man standing will earn $8,285.
Here is a look at the seating arrangement and chip counts for the final 10 players:
Seat 1: Dale Phillips - 48,000
Seat 2: Nicolas Milgrom - 74,500
Seat 3: Lance Allred - 125,000
Seat 4: Allano Gaviola - 235,000
Seat 5: John Zaleski - 111,000
Seat 6: Frank Inglese - 99,500
Seat 7: Henry Chow - 54,000
Seat 8: David Brookshire - 130,000
Seat 9: Henry Ferguson - 18,500
Seat 10: Oliver Altman - 24,000
Wednesday, December 6, 2017 12:29 AM Local Time
The $365 Omaha Hi-Lo event is down to its final 13 players after 16 levels of play. Lance Allred leads the way and will take the chip lead into the final day after bagging up 148,000 in chips.
There was an elimination just before the end of the day and when play resumes on Wednesday, the field will be going hand-for-hand. There are 13 players remaining, but only 12 will finish in the money.
Allano Gaviola finished just behind Allred for the chip lead after bagging up 144,500. John Zaleski is the only other player with a six-figure chip count. He will start Day 2 with 105,500. The final 13 players will return to the tournament area at 1 p.m. on Wednesday to play down to a winner.
Tuesday, December 5, 2017 7:55 PM Local Time
The staff finished the payout calculations and with a 68-entry
field, the top seven players will finish in the money. A min-cash is
worth $575 and the winner will earn $8,285.
A complete look at the payouts can be found in the 'Prizepool' tab above or by clicking on the link in the document below.
Tuesday, December 5, 2017 7:28 PM Local Time
Registration is now closed for the $365 Omaha Hi-Lo event. The lone non-hold'em event drew 92 entries, which generated a prizepool of $27,600.
The staff is calculating the payouts and they will be released shortly.
Tuesday, December 5, 2017 4:53 PM Local Time
Players are back from their first break of the day and there are 77 entries in the field thus far. Late registration and re-entry is open for just under two hours and here is a look at the structure for the day:
Tuesday, December 5, 2017 12:45 PM Local Time
The only non-hold'em ring event of the series gets underway this afternoon. The $365 Omaha Hi-Lo gets cards in the air at 3 p.m. and here are the details:
- Players start with 10,000 in tournament chips
- Limits start at 50/100 with blinds of 25/50
- There is unlimited re-entry while registration is open
- Registration is open until the start of level 7 (~7 p.m.)
- There are 15-minute breaks after levels 1 and 3, 10-minute breaks after levels 9 and 12
- Day 1 is scheduled for 16, 30-minute levels
- Surviving players will return on Wednesday at 1 p.m. to play to a winner