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Friday, June 26, 2015 1:27 PM Local Time
Mark Dube raises to 30,000 preflop and Connor Drinan calls.
The flop is and Drinan checks to Dube. Dube bets 35,000, Drinan calls.
The turn is the and Drinan checks again. This time Dube bets 105,000, Drinan calls.
The river is the and Drinan is the one betting this time, he bets the 336,000 pot. Dube folds.
Friday, June 26, 2015 1:20 PM Local Time
Jerome Zerbib opens to 35,000 and Chris Ruby three-bets from the small blind to 105,000. Zerbib thinks for a few moments before calling, leaving both players with less than 70,000 chips behind.
Ruby then shoves the flop and Zerbib, to the amazement of a few of his table mates, folds.
He's left with just a few big blinds and is eliminated in one of the very next hands in 21st place.
He will make just over $7,200 for his Event #49 efforts.
Friday, June 26, 2015 1:18 PM Local Time
Through the first few hands of Day 3, the action has been all over Table 451, as Young Ji and Bryce Yockey have each scored double ups through each other.
The first saw Yockey double through Ji when Yockey called Ji's all-in shove on the river, holding on a board of .
That moved Yockey up near the 500,000 mark but he's been cut down slightly since then, as Ji just doubled through him, holding to best Yockey's on a board of .
Yockey now sits near the 350,000 while Ji is playing just over 250,000.
Friday, June 26, 2015 1:02 PM Local Time
Friday, June 26, 2015 12:50 PM Local Time
For a $1,500 buy-in event, tournaments that are usually filled with previously unknown players looking to make their biggest World Series of Poker scores, there are plenty of big names still alive for Day 3 of the Event #49 $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better, including former Main Event champions and bracelet winners, all looking to add to their poker resumes.
One of those big name players is last year's WSOP Player of the Year George Danzer, who caught heat late in the Day 2 to bag a top three stack, finishing with 612,000.
Connor Drinan, pictured above, bagged the second biggest stack yesterday, finishing with 635,000, but they're both trailing the Day 2 chip leader, as Galen Hall, pictured above, finished with an impressive 776,000.
He will return looking to win his first WSOP bracelet today, while Erik Seidel, Vanessa Selbst and Danzer will look to win their ninth, fourth and fourth bracelets, respectfully.
Selbst will have a uphill battle to climb, as she'll return as the second shortest stack, while Seidel is sitting in the top half of the leaderboard with 338,000.
Cody Crawford also makes his second straight Day 3 in this event, after finishing third last year. He'll also have tough road, returning with just under 180,000.
Reference the 'Results' tab above for a complete list of the outstanding Event #49 payouts and a complete list of the remaining player's chips counts will be posted shortly to the 'Chip Counts' tab.
The remaining 21 players will all return at 1 PM in the Amazon's 'Gold' section for what is scheduled to be the third and final day of play. WSOP.com will preview the action before play begins and follow Event #49 until a champion is crowned.