Thursday, June 26, 2014 2:26 PM Local Time
Dylan Wilkerson Eliminated in 9th Place ($19,305)
From middle position, Tyler Patterson raised to 35,000. Dylan Wilkerson reraised the pot to 129,000, and then action folded to Scott Clements in the big blind. Clements potted it, and that folded out Patterson. Wilkerson called all in for around 160,000 to put his tournament life on the line.
Wilkerson had the , and Clements the .
The board ran out to give Clements the win with a full house and send Wilkerson to the rail.
|Scott Clements||790,000||198,000 |
|Dylan Wilkerson||0||-160,000 |
Thursday, June 26, 2014 2:19 PM Local Time
Schneider Doubles; Patterson Slides Back More
Tom Schneider raised to 42,000 from the cutoff seat before Tyler Patterson reraised to 125,000 from the button. Action folded back to Schneider, and he went all in for 165,000. Patterson called.
Patterson had the and was up against the for the at-risk Schneider.
The flop, turn, and river ran out with no low after the fell, and Schneider's aces held up to rake in the pot.
|Tyler Patterson||803,000||-165,000 |
|Tom Schneider||354,000||156,000 |
Thursday, June 26, 2014 2:17 PM Local Time
Patterson Back Under One Million
From the small blind, Tyler Patterson raised to 48,000. Cody Crawford reraised the pot from the big blind to 144,000, and Patterson called to see a flop.
The flop came down , and Patterson checked. Crawford bet the pot for 288,000, and Patterson folded.
|Tyler Patterson||968,000||-107,000 |
|Cody Crawford||635,000||135,000 |
Thursday, June 26, 2014 2:11 PM Local Time
Philip Sternheimer Eliminated in 10th Place ($15,278)
Philip Sternheimer's run in Event #48: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Low has come to an end in 10th place, earning $15,278 for his finish.
From middle position, Derek Raymond limped in, and Philip Sternheimer raised from the next seat over. Action folded back to Raymond, and he called to see the flop come down . Raymond checked, and Sternheimer bet 85,000. Raymond check-raised the pot, which was enough to cover Sternheimer's remaining stack of about 150,000.
Sternheimer went into the tank and thought for so long that eventually a player at the table called the clock on him. After a little bit longer, Sternheimer decided to call and put himself at risk with the . Raymond had the .
The turn was the , and the river was the . Raymond made a wheel on the turn, which was good enough for both the high and the low, and Sternheimer was sent packing.
|Derek Raymond||823||-493,177 |
|Philip Sternheimer||0||-275,000 |
Thursday, June 26, 2014 1:57 PM Local Time
Final Table Lineup
|Tyler Patterson||1,075,000||-25,000 |
|Scott Clements||592,000||-178,000 |
|Jeff Madsen||580,000||-74,000 |
|Cody Crawford||500,000||97,000 |
|Derek Raymond||494,000||14,000 |
|J.R. Flournoy||368,000||113,000 |
|Philip Sternheimer||275,000||15,000 |
|Tom Schneider||198,000||18,000 |
|Gary Kosakowski||172,000||-77,000 |
|Dylan Wilkerson||160,000||10,000 |
Thursday, June 26, 2014 1:55 PM Local Time
Brian Brubaker Eliminated in 11th Place ($15,278)
Action folded to Dylan Wilkerson in the small blind, and he raised the pot to 48,000. Brian Brubaker reraised all in for around 60,000, and Wilkerson called.
Brubaker was all in and at risk with the , and Wilkerson had the .
The board ran out to give Wilkerson the scoop and send Brubaker home in 11th place for just over $15,000 in prize money.
|Dylan Wilkerson||150,000||50,000 |
|Brian Brubaker||0||-70,000 |
Thursday, June 26, 2014 1:52 PM Local Time
Sternheimer Scoops to Double
On the flop, Tom Schneider checked, and Philip Sternheimer bet 38,000. Schneider check-raised to put Sternheimer all in, and Sternheimer called off with the . Schneider had the .
The turn was the , and the river was the . Sternheimer's set of sevens won him the high, and he also scooped the low half of the pot with his ace-three.
|Philip Sternheimer||260,000||142,000 |
|Tom Schneider||180,000||-75,000 |
Thursday, June 26, 2014 1:49 PM Local Time
Patterson Scoops with a Wheel
From the hijack seat, Tyler Patterson raised to an unknown amount before Dylan Wilkerson reraised to an unknown amount from the cutoff seat. Patterson called, and the flop came down . Patterson bet 175,000, and Wilkerson raised the pot. Patterson called all in for a little over 400,000 and tabled the . Wilkerson had the .
The turn was the , and the river was the . Patterson had the low and the high with big ace-three for a wheel, and he scooped in the massive pot.
|Tyler Patterson||1,100,000||560,000 |
|Dylan Wilkerson||100,000||-590,000 |
Thursday, June 26, 2014 1:41 PM Local Time
Sternheimer Chops and Stays Alive
From the hijack seat, Tom Schneider raised to 35,000. Philip Sternheimer reraised all in for about 110,000 from the small blind, and Schneider called.
Sternheimer held the , and Schneider had the .
The board came to give Sternheimer the high with trip sixes and Schneider the low with his ace-three.
|Tom Schneider||255,000||15,000 |
|Philip Sternheimer||118,000||-37,000 |
Thursday, June 26, 2014 1:33 PM Local Time
Brubaker Gets Back Only a Quarter
Dylan Wilkerson raised to 35,000 from the cutoff seat, and Brian Brubaker reraised the pot from the button. Wilkerson re-potted the action, and Brubaker called all in for about 140,000.
Brubaker tabled the , and Wilkerson had the .
The flop, turn, and river ran out , giving Wilkerson and Brubaker the same low. Wilkerson was able to scoop the high half of the pot with his six-four for a straight, and Brubaker only got back a quarter of the pot.
|Dylan Wilkerson||690,000||138,000 |
|Brian Brubaker||70,000||-105,000 |
Thursday, June 26, 2014 1:27 PM Local Time
Sternheimer vs. Raymond
Bracelet winner Derek Raymond limped in from the hijack seat before Philip Sternheimer raised the pot to 72,000 from the cutoff position. Action folded back to Raymond, and he called to take the flop out of position. Raymond led with a bet to put Sternheimer all in, and Sternheimer called off for his remaining 71,000 in chips.
Raymond turned over the for top two pair and the nut low. Sternheimer had the for a pair of aces, a weaker low, and a straight draw.
The turn was a and the river was a . Sternheimer made a straight to scoop the high half of the pot and Raymond took the low.
|Derek Raymond||480,000||61,000 |
|Philip Sternheimer||155,000||-12,000 |
Thursday, June 26, 2014 1:20 PM Local Time
Patterson Potting Away
From the cutoff seat, J.R. Flournoy opened with a raise to 37,000. Tyler Patterson began the hand in the small blind, and he reraised to 118,000 after action folded over to him. Play moved back to Flournoy, and he called.
The flop came down paired with the falling to the felt. Patterson fired the pot for 252,000, and Flournoy folded.
|Tyler Patterson||540,000||115,000 |
|J.R. Flournoy||255,000||-145,000 |
Thursday, June 26, 2014 1:18 PM Local Time
Clements Increases His Lead
From the hijack seat, four-time World Series of Poker gold bracelet winner Tom Schneider raised to 35,000. Chip leader and two-time WSOP gold bracelet winner Scott Clements called from the cutoff seat, and everyone else folded before the dealer spread the flop. Both players checked, and the turn was the . Again, both players checked.
The completed the board, and Schneider led with a bet of 40,000. Clements raised the pot to 224,000, and Schneider folded.
|Scott Clements||770,000||71,000 |
|Tom Schneider||240,000||-75,000 |
Thursday, June 26, 2014 1:10 PM Local Time
Shuffle Up and Deal!
The cards are in the air for Day 3 of Event #48: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Low.
Thursday, June 26, 2014 12:02 PM Local Time
Scott Clements On Top With 11 Remaining
Welcome to Day 3 of PokerNews' coverage of Event #48: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Low. The starting field of 991 entrants is down to just 11 hopefuls, each looking to capture a coveted World Series of Poker gold bracelet, as well at the $270,992 first-place prize.
On top of the chip counts is two-time bracelet winner Scott Clements with 699,000. With one bracelet in Limit Omaha Hi-Low and the other in Pot-Limit Omaha, why not a third in a combination of the two? Still, he'll have some tough competition to defeat if he is to capture that third bracelet. Second in chips is three-time bracelet winner Jeff Madsen with 654,000. Also still in the field is four-time bracelet winner Tom Schneider, bracelet winner Derek Raymond, and a few notable players looking to break through on the WSOP stage for the first time.
Here are the Day 3 seating assignments:
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Play is set to begin at 1 p.m. local time, so be sure to keep it here at PokerNews to see who emerges from the pack to capture the bracelet!