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2014 45th Annual World Series of Poker The Official WSOP Live Updates

Tuesday, June 24, 2014 to Thursday, June 26, 2014

Event #48: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better

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  • Buy-in: $1,500
  • Prizepool: $1,337,850
  • Entries: 991
  • Remaining: 0

EVENT UPDATES

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Thursday, June 26, 2014 4:14 PM Local Time
Patterson Makes a Move

Jeff Madsen raised to 50,000 from under the gun, Gary Kosakowski called from the hijack seat, Tom Schneider called from the cutoff seat, and Tyler Patterson reraised to 260,000 from the button. Everyone folded, and Patterson won the pot.

Jeff Madsen1,230,000-50,000
Tyler Patterson1,170,000273,000
Gary Kosakowski648,000-50,000
Tom Schneider341,000-119,000
Thursday, June 26, 2014 4:11 PM Local Time
Kosakowski Backs Into a Double

Jeff Madsen raised to 50,000 out of the cutoff seat, and Gary Kosakowski called on the button. Everyone else folded, and the flop came down    . Madsen checked, Kosakowski bet 50,000, and Madsen check-raised to 186,000. Kosakowski tanked and then moved all in for 281,000, and Madsen called.

Madsen showed the      for a pair of fours and the nut low draw. Kosakowski had the      for a pair of threes and a worse low draw.

The turn and river were the   and   to put trip jacks on board and give Kosakowski a full house using the two threes in his hand. There was no low, so he scooped the entire pot and doubled up.

Jeff Madsen1,280,000-235,000
Gary Kosakowski698,000379,000
Thursday, June 26, 2014 4:04 PM Local Time
More Upward Trending for Madsen

Cody Crawford raised to 48,000 from the button, Scott Clements called from the small blind, and Jeff Madsen called from the big blind.

On the paired     flop, Clements checked, and Madsen bet 80,000. Crawford folded, and Clements called.

The turn was the  , and Madsen fired 165,000 after Clements checked. Clements folded, and Madsen won the pot.

Jeff Madsen1,515,000175,000
Cody Crawford720,000-60,000
Scott Clements540,000-90,000
Thursday, June 26, 2014 4:01 PM Local Time
Madsen Adds More

Jeff Madsen

Three-time World Series of Poker gold bracelet winner Jeff Madsen just increased his chip lead and now has 1.34 million in chips.

In a four-way limped pot on the     flop, Tyler Patterson checked from the small blind, Cody Crawford checked from the big blind, Scott Clements checked from under the gun, and then Jeff Madsen bet 75,000. Following folds from Patterson and Crawford, Clements called.

The turn was the  , and both players checked to see the   land on the river. Clements checked, Madsen fired 203,000, and Clements folded.

Jeff Madsen1,340,000150,000
Tyler Patterson897,000-74,000
Cody Crawford780,000-28,000
Scott Clements630,000-110,000
Thursday, June 26, 2014 3:57 PM Local Time
Madsen vs. Schneider

Four-time World Series of Poker gold bracelet winner Tom Schneider raised to 55,000 from under the gun to begin this hand. Jeff Madsen called from the small blind, and Gary Kosakowski called out of the bid blind.

On the     flop, all three players checked to see the   added on fourth street. Madsen bet 75,000, Kosakowski folded, and Schneider called.

The river was the  , and Madsen bet 230,000. Schneider called.

Madsen tabled the      for a queen-high straight, and he would chop the pot with Schneider, who held the      for the nut low.

Jeff Madsen1,190,00014,000
Tom Schneider460,00029,000
Gary Kosakowski319,000-65,000
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Thursday, June 26, 2014 3:52 PM Local Time
Crawford Doubles

Cody Crawford

Jeff Madsen raised to 50,000 from the first position, Tom Schneider called from the cutoff seat, Cody Crawford called from the small blind, and then Scott Clements raised the pot to 250,000 from the big blind. After Madsen and Schneider folded, Crawford reraised all in for 354,000 total. Clements called.

Clements:     
Crawford:     

The flop came down    , and that was followed by the   on the turn. The river paired the board with the   and gave Crawford trip fours. Crawford also had the better low with his eight-three, and he scooped the entire pot to double through Clements and moved to over 800,000 in chips.

Cody Crawford808,000399,000
Scott Clements740,000-388,000
Thursday, June 26, 2014 3:47 PM Local Time
Kosakowski Doubles Through Madsen

Gary Kosakowski

From the cutoff seat, Jeff Madsen raised to 50,000. Gary Kosakowski moved all in from the button for 174,000, and Madsen called.

Madsen held the     , and Kosakowski was at risk with the     .

The board ran out       to give Kosakowski a flush and the winning low in order to double him up.

Jeff Madsen1,176,000-174,000
Gary Kosakowski384,000210,000
Thursday, June 26, 2014 3:41 PM Local Time
Level 23 started
Level: 23
Blinds: 12000/24000
Ante: 0
Thursday, June 26, 2014 3:25 PM Local Time
Break and Updated Chip Counts

The remaining six players are now on a 20-minute break.

Jeff Madsen1,350,00050,000
Scott Clements1,128,000223,000
Tyler Patterson971,000-19,000
Tom Schneider431,000-89,000
Cody Crawford409,00019,000
Gary Kosakowski174,000-100,000
Thursday, June 26, 2014 3:24 PM Local Time
Derek Raymond Eliminated in 7th Place ($32,054)

Derek Raymond - 7th Place

Bracelet winner Derek Raymond was just eliminated in seventh place.

To start this hand, Raymond limped in from early position, Scott Clements limped in from the hijack seat, Jeff Madsen called from the cutoff seat, Tom Schneider completed the bet from the small blind, and Tyler Patterson checked his option in the big blind.

From there, the flop came down    , and Schneider led with a pot-sized bet of 100,000. Patterson folded, Raymond called, Clements folded, and then Madsen raised the pot to 500,000. Schneider called all in for 357,000, and Raymond reraised all in for a little under 600,000. Madsen called the extra bit from Raymond's shove, and the card were tabled.

Madsen:     
Raymond:     
Schneider:     

Both Madsen and Schneider had flopped the nut straight with jack-eight in their hands. Raymond, on the other hand, had flopped a pair of nines along with the nut flush draw and the backdoor nut low draw.

The turn was the  , pairing the board and keeping both Madsen and Schneider in front. After the river delivered the  , Raymond was left wanting and his quest for his second World Series of Poker gold bracelet came to an end.

Madsen, the three-time WSOP bracelet winner, and Schneider, the four-time WSOP bracelet winner, chopped up the main pot with jack-high straights, and then Madsen took the remainder of Raymond's stack and added it to his.

Jeff Madsen1,300,000339,000
Tom Schneider520,000115,000
Derek Raymond0-575,000
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Thursday, June 26, 2014 3:13 PM Local Time
J.R. Flournoy Eliminated in 8th Place ($24,710)

J.R. Flournoy - 8th Place

Scott Clements called from the under-the-gun position, Jeff Madsen called from the next seat, Tom Schneider called from the hijack seat, Derek Raymond completed from the small blind, and then J.R. Flournoy raised the pot to 120,000 out of the big blind. Clements folded, Madsen called, Schneider called, and Raymond folded.

With three players still in the hand, the flop came down    . Flournoy moved all in for 209,000, Madsen tanked, then called all in for 187,000, and Schneider called as well and had both players covered.

Schneider showed the      for the flopped nut straight. Madsen had the      for a pair of deuces and a nut low draw, and Flournoy had the      for a pair of eights and the same nut low draw as Madsen.

The turn was the   to give Madsen a heart flush draw, and then the river delivered with the  . Madsen had backed into the nut flush and with no low on board, he wound up getting the entire main pot. Schneider was able to win the side pot and bust Flournoy in eighth place, but he was also knocked back to 405,000 in chips after the hand.

Jeff Madsen961,000684,000
Tom Schneider405,000-275,000
J.R. Flournoy0-295,000
Thursday, June 26, 2014 3:07 PM Local Time
Kosakowski Doubles

Gary Kosakowski raised to 70,000 from the hijack seat, and Cody Crawford reraised to 120,000 from the small blind. Kosakowski moved all in for 127,000 total, and Crawford called.

Crawford had the     , and Kosakowski had the     .

The       board gave Kosakowski both the high and the low with two pair and ace-deuce, and he doubled up.

Cody Crawford390,000-155,000
Gary Kosakowski274,000152,000
Thursday, June 26, 2014 2:58 PM Local Time
Clements vs. Crawford

Cody Crawford limped in from under the gun, and then Scott Clements made it 90,000 to go from the hijack seat. Action folded back to Crawford, and he reraised to 300,000. Clements called, and the flop came down    . Crawford moved all in for 245,000 or so, and Clements called.

Crawford had the     , and Clements had the     .

After the   on the turn and   on the river, the two players chopped up the pot. Crawford took the high with two pair, aces and eights, and Clements took the low with ace-four.

Thursday, June 26, 2014 2:54 PM Local Time
Updated Chip Counts
Tyler Patterson990,000187,000
Scott Clements905,000-25,000
Tom Schneider680,000-125,000
Derek Raymond575,000-80,000
Cody Crawford545,00010,000
J.R. Flournoy295,0003,000
Jeff Madsen277,000-23,000
Gary Kosakowski122,000-50,000
Thursday, June 26, 2014 2:46 PM Local Time
Clements Pots the River; Crawford Folds a Set

Scott Clements raised to 50,000 from early-middle position, and Cody Crawford called out of the big blind. After the dealer spread the     flop, Crawford and Clements checked to see the   land on the turn. Crawford checked, Clements bet 55,000, and Crawford called.

The river was the  , and Crawford checked. Clements bet the pot for 220,000, and Crawford folded, showing the    from his hand.

Scott Clements930,000140,000
Cody Crawford535,000-100,000
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Thursday, June 26, 2014 2:42 PM Local Time
Schneider Keeps Climbing

Tom Schneider

Tom Schneider made it 45,000 to go from under-the-gun. Jeff Madsen was the only caller, acting out of the small blind, and the flop came down    . Madsen checked, and Schneider bet 80,000. Madsen called.

On the turn, the dealer added the   to the board. After Madsen checked over to Schneider, the four-time World Series of Poker gold bracelet winner bet 270,000. Madsen tanked for a little bit, then folded, and Schneider won the pot.

Tom Schneider805,000155,000
Jeff Madsen300,000-150,000
Thursday, June 26, 2014 2:37 PM Local Time
Chop It Up

Action folded to J.R. Flournoy in the small blind, and he completed the bet before Scott Clements checked his option out of the big blind.

The flop was    , and both players checked through to see the   land on the turn. Flournoy checked, Clements bet 30,000, and Flournoy called.

The   fell on the river, and Flournoy led for 68,000. Clements raised the pot to 304,000, and Flournoy called.

Clements tabled the      for a Broadway straight, and Flournoy showed the      for the low.

Scott Clements790,0000
J.R. Flournoy292,000-76,000
Thursday, June 26, 2014 2:34 PM Local Time
More Aces

Derek Raymond opened to 62,000 from under the gun, and Tom Schneider called on the button before the dealer fanned out the     flop. Both players checked, and then they both checked the   that paired the board on the turn.

After the   fell on the river, Raymond check-called a bet of 62,000 from Schneider.

Schneider showed the     , and Raymond mucked his hand.

Derek Raymond655,000654,177
Tom Schneider650,000195,000
Thursday, June 26, 2014 2:27 PM Local Time
Level 22 started
Level: 22
Blinds: 10000/20000
Ante: 0
Thursday, June 26, 2014 2:27 PM Local Time
Straight for Schneider

Gary Kosakowski limped in from under the gun, Tom Schneider limped in from the next seat, J.R. Flournoy called from the button, Scott Clements called from the small blind, and Jeff Madsen checked his option in the big blind before the flop came down    .

Action checked around, and the turn was the  . Clements checked, Madsen bet 36,000, Kosakowski folded, Schneider called, Flournoy folded, and Clements folded.

The river was the   to complete the board, and Madsen bet 52,000. Schneider called.

Madsen said he had "king-seven" for trip sevens, but that lost to Schneider's      for a straight.

Tom Schneider455,000101,000
Jeff Madsen450,000-130,000
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