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2015 46th Annual World Series of Poker

Wednesday, June 24, 2015 to Friday, June 26, 2015

Event #49: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better

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  • Buy-in: $1,500
  • Prizepool: $1,100,250
  • Entries: 815
  • Remaining: 0

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Friday, June 26, 2015 6:51 PM Local Time

Young Ji limps the button and Connor Drinan completes his small blind, allowing Mark Dube to check his option in the big. 

Both blinds check to Ji after the     flop, with the short stack betting 60,000. Drinan folds and Dube calls to send the two to the turn heads up. 

Dube then leads the   turn card for 100,000, with Ji calling, leaving himself just over 100,000 behind. 

The   completes the board and Dube instantly moves all-in, with Ji calling for his tournament life. 

He's given a second chance at life though, as he scores a vital double up holding     .

It's good enough to scoop the pot as Dube turned a straight holding     

Ji is now playing just under 800,000. 

Friday, June 26, 2015 6:46 PM Local Time

Conner Drinan calls in early position Nick Polydoros raises all in for his last 110,00. Young Ji goes all in over the top for his last 266,000. Drinan folds and leaves Polydoros and Ji heads up with Polydoros all in.

Polydoros -     
Ji -     

The board runs out       giving Ji the win with a spade flush and eliminating Polydoros.

Young Ji - 520,000
Nick Polydoros - Eliminated in 6th place

Friday, June 26, 2015 6:40 PM Local Time

Alex Dovzhenko raises to 75,000. Bryce Yockey and Young Ji call.

The flop is     and all three players check. The turn is the   and Dovzhenko bets 125,000. Yockey folds and Ji goes all in. Dovzhenko calls.

Dovzhenko has an eight card straight good for the high and splitting the low with      and Ji has only a wheel, which will split the low. The river is the   and Dovzhenko gets three quarters of the pot.

Alex Dovzhenko - 1,200,000
Young Ji - 266,000

Friday, June 26, 2015 6:31 PM Local Time

Prince of Docness

Mark Dube opens to 75,000 and Prince of Docness moves all-in for 240,000.

Dube quickly calls and tables      with Docness at risk holding     .

The board runs out       and Dube makes the wheel on the turn to lock up the pot and the elimination.

Prince of Docness will make just over $28,000 for his 7th place finish, his second Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better final table of the series after making a deep run in the $10,000 Championship two weeks ago.

Dube is now playing close to 2,500,000.

Friday, June 26, 2015 6:28 PM Local Time

Bryce Yockey opens to 60,000 and Alex Dovzhenko calls in the big blind. 

Both players check the     flop and then Dovzhenko check-calls a bet of 75,000 after the   turn falls on the turn. 

He check-calls again after the   completes the board, this time a bet of 275,000. 

Yockey tables      for a pair and the nut low and Dovzhenko can only match the low, as he tables     

Yockey takes three-quarters of the pot and moves up near the 1,300,000 mark, while Dovzhenko is left playing just under 800,000.

Friday, June 26, 2015 6:24 PM Local Time

After losing a hand that doubled up Young Ji, Mark Dube is back at it calling Alex Dovzhenko's preflop raise of 65,000. The flop is     and Dube checks to Dovzhenko who bets 75,000.

The turn of the   and the river of the   are both checked down. Dube shows the      for the nut flush and nut low. Dovzhenko mucks.

The next hand Dovzhenko raises again, this time to 70,000. Dube and Nick Polydoros call.

The flop is     and Dube checks. Polydoros bets 100,000. Dovzhenko folds and Dube reraises to 500,000. Polydoros tanks for a little then folds.

Mark Dube - 2,500,000
Alex Dovzhenko - 1,050,000
Nick Polydoros - 230,000

Friday, June 26, 2015 6:11 PM Local Time

Mark Dube opens to 75,000 from middle position and Young Ji calls from the small blind. 

Ji has just over 150,000 left behind and moves all-in as soon as the     flop hits the flop. Dube snap calls and Ji is at risk holding     

Dube has his flush draw and pair dominated with     , meaning Ji will have to hit to save his tournament life. 

He does, as the   falls on the turn and the   falls on the river to give him two pair. 

Ji is now playing close to 500,000 while Dube is cut down slightly to 2,100,000. 

Friday, June 26, 2015 6:03 PM Local Time
Level:25Blinds:15,000/30,000
Friday, June 26, 2015 5:44 PM Local Time

Connor Drinan opens to 55,000 from late position and Mark Dube three-bets to 201,000 from the button. The blinds both fold and after some thought, Drinan makes the call, leaving himself just over 500,000 behind. 

Drinan then puts out a pots sized bet of 438,000 on the     flop and Dube immediately announces "all-in". Drinan calls and flips over     

Dube holds      and the two players chop up the pot after the   and   fall to complete the board. 

It's the final hand before the second break of the day. 

Friday, June 26, 2015 5:43 PM Local Time

Connor Drinan raises to 50,000. Prince of Docness is in the big blind and calls, leaving only 94,000 behind.

The flop is     and Prince decides it's time to put the rest of his stack in. Drinan calls.

Drinan -     
Prince -     

The turn and river complete the board with   

Prince of Docness - 280,000
Connor Drinan - 980,000

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Friday, June 26, 2015 5:35 PM Local Time

Alex Dovzhenko

Alex Dovzhenko opens in early position to 51,000 and Mark Dube calls in the small blind. Nick Polydoros also calls in the big blind to see the flop.

The     brings three checks but Dube leads for 100,000 after the   falls on the turn.

Polydoros folds and Dovzhenko calls.

The   completes the board and Dube checks, only to see Dovzehnko quickly throw out 175,000.

After a few moments of thought, Dube lays it down, allowing Dovzehnko to take a pot from him in a second consecutive hand.

The small pot shouldn't worry the overwhelming chip leader that much, but Dovzehnko is now creeping towards the 1,000,000 chip mark with just a few minutes remaining until the next break.

Friday, June 26, 2015 5:30 PM Local Time

Connor Drinan raises from early position to 48,000. Bryce Yockey calls.

The flop is     and Drinan checks. Yockey takes down the pot with a bet of 58,000 when Drinan folds.

Friday, June 26, 2015 5:24 PM Local Time

Mark Dube opens to 60,000 from the cutoff and Alex Dovzhenko defends his big blind to see the flop.

Both players check the a showdown as the board runs out       and then both players show variations of    to split the pot.

It's been all Mark Dube so far at this Event #49 final table but maybe Alex Dovzhenko just did his part in slowing him down, chopping the pot to keep Dube's stack from growing any bigger, as he's now playing just under 2,600,000. 

Dovzhenko is playing just under 800,000. 

Friday, June 26, 2015 5:09 PM Local Time

George Danzer

Connor Drinan opens to 55,000 from middle position and gets three callers, George Danzer, Mark Dube on the button and Prince of Docness in the big blind.

Docness checks the     flop and Drinan bets 140,000. Danzer calls and action is on Dube on the button.

Like he has numerous times at this final table, he takes his time to come to a decision, spending close to a minute and a half in the tank before putting out a pot sized raise to 792,000.

Docness shoots from his seat and when he returns he jokes, "I fold, but that was my play, obviously for not that much though." as he points to his 200,000 chip stack.

Drinan folds with much less theatrics and Danzer pears around the dealer to ask for a count and to see how much Dube has behind.

Dube's remaining stack is just over 250,000 and after another minute of thought, Danzer announces all-in, with Dube snap calling.

Danzer tables      for middle set while Dube throws over      for top set.

Danzer needs a low card on the turn to keep his low draw live but the   ends things and ends them fast, as Dube improves to quads to lock up what originally is thought to be a double up.

That is, until Danzer's stack is counted down, as Dube has him covered by close to 100,000, meaning George Danzer is eliminated in 8th place.

When the dust settles, Dube stacks up close to 2,500,000 and is now the commanding chip leader of Event #49 with just over 20 minutes remaining in Level 24.

Friday, June 26, 2015 4:54 PM Local Time

Bryce Yockey limps the button, with Young Ji completing his small blind and Connor Drinan checking his option in the big. 

The     flop brings three checks and Ji checks for a second time after the   falls on the turn. 

Drinan doesn't check though, announcing "pot" and pushing out 72,000. 

Yockey goes into the tank and after a few moments of thought, begins to cut out chips for a raise. 

288,000 gets slid into the middle and that bet sends Ji into the tank, who will more or less be all-in if he elects to call. 

He doesn't, folding before he heads to the rail to discuss the hand with his supporters. While he's in his conference, Drinan also folds, awarding the pot to Yockey. 

Yockey, who started this final table as the chip leader, is now back up and over the 1,000,000 chip mark, neck, neck and neck with Drinan and George Danzer who are also over that mark. 

Friday, June 26, 2015 4:48 PM Local Time

Joseph Haddad is in the big blind. Four players call and Haddad checks the option.

The flop is the     and Haddad goes all in for his last 60,000. Three players fold and the action is on Prince of Docness to Haddad's immediate right. When Prince doesn't call right away Haddad says, "He doesn't have a queen!"

"Do you?" says Prince. A few moments later Prince calls. Haddad tables      thinking for a moment it might be good. Docness rolls over      for a better full house.

The turn and the river are the   and the   and Prince wins the pot.

Prince of Docness - 340,000
Joseph Haddad - Eliminated in 9th place

Friday, June 26, 2015 4:36 PM Local Time
Level:24Blinds:12K/24K
Friday, June 26, 2015 4:36 PM Local Time

Connor Drinan opens the button to 45,000 and Mark Dube defends his big blind to see a     flop. 

Dube check-calls a bet of 60,000 to see the turn. 

The   falls and Dube checks for a second time, with Drinan continuing for 60,000. Dube goes into the tank and after close to two minutes, announces "pot", sliding out 580,000. 

Drinan rechecks his cards and quickly throws them into the muck, surrendering the pot to Dube, who is now playing just under 1,300,000 which makes him the biggest stack at this Event #49 final table. 

Drinan is still well stacked with just over 1,000,000. 

Friday, June 26, 2015 4:26 PM Local Time

Mark Dube has been raising many of the hands in position since they broke to one table. This hand he raises to 50,000 from the hijack and Nick Polydoros calls from the big blind.

The flop is     and Polydoros checks. Dube bets and Polydoros calls. The turn is the   and both players check. The river is the   and Polydoros leads out for 150,000. Dube calls and Polydoros tables      for trip kings. Dube's hand is mucked.

Friday, June 26, 2015 4:21 PM Local Time

2015 World Series of Poker

Anthony Piazza opens to 70,000 from middle position and Mark Dube then three-bets to 175,000. Piazza clicks it back again, moving all-in for slightly more and Dube makes the call to put the short stack at risk.

Dube holds      and Piazza tables     .

The board runs out       and Dube takes the pot with two pair.

Piazza is eliminated in 10th place, making just over $13,500 for his Event #49 run.

The official Event #49 final table is now set and play will continue in the 'Gold' section of the Amazon Room, as both live streaming areas are currently being used.

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