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2015 46th Annual World Series of Poker

Friday, June 26, 2015 to Sunday, June 28, 2015

Event #54: $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship

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  • Buy-in: $10,000
  • Prizepool: $3,637,800
  • Entries: 387
  • Remaining: 0

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Sunday, June 28, 2015 3:09 PM Local Time

 

Vadzim Markushevski pushes his final 51,000 into the middle from under the gun. Brian Roberts three-bets to 90,000 from the button and the blinds fold.

Roberts turns over      against the      of Markushevski. The drama is over early as Roberts flops quads     leaving Markushevski drawing dead.

Brain Roberts - 720,000
Vadzim Markushevski - Eliminated

Sunday, June 28, 2015 3:03 PM Local Time

There is well over 200,000 in the middle on a board reading      when Alexander Petersen leads out for 275,000. Jason Mercier mules over the decision for a while before releasing his hand into the muck. Vadzim Markushevski moves all in, covering Petersen and Petersen calls.

"Do you have eight-nine," asks Petersen. Markushevski nods yes and Petersen has a dejected look on his face. "I have eight-nine, a set, and two flush draws" he jokes.

Markushevski:     
Petersen:     

Markushevski has the nuts, but will have to fade. The   river is exactly what he doesn't want to see and Petersen scores the massive double up.

Alexander Petersen - 1,650,000
Vadzim Markushevski - 46,000

Sunday, June 28, 2015 2:53 PM Local Time

Table 446

Seat 1: Sven Reichardt - 475,000
Seat 2: Patrick Leonard - 263,000
Seat 3: Shaun Deeb - 454,000
Seat 4: Dan Smith - 970,000
Seat 5: Sam Chartier - 320,000
Seat 6: Hasan Habib - 570,000
Seat 7: Davidi Kitai - 1,150,000
Seat 8: Simon Trumper - 810,000

Table 449

Seat 1: Mohsin Virani - 540,000
Seat 2: Alexander Petersen - 970,000
Seat 3: Steven Saris - 550,000
Seat 4: Jeffrey Landherr - 560,000
Seat 5: Brian Roberts - 750,000
Seat 6: Gionni Demers - 1,100,000
Seat 7: Jason Mercier - 1,550,000
Seat 8: Vadzim Markushevski - 836,000

Sunday, June 28, 2015 2:49 PM Local Time

 

Yuri Dzivieleski announces "pot" from under the gun for a bet of 56,000, leaving himself 15,000 behind, and Patrick Leonard calls from late position. Mercier tags along as well from the big blind and they are three-ways to the flop.

The dealer fans out     and Mercier announces pot and Dzivieleski calls. Leonard folds and the hands are tabled.

Mercier:     
Dzivieleski:     

The board runs out    and Dzivieleski is eliminated in 17th place, taking home $28,011.

Jason Mercier - 1,550,000
Yuri Dzivieleski - Eliminated

The players are now redrawing for the final two tables.

Sunday, June 28, 2015 2:40 PM Local Time

Alexander Petersen opens from the cutoff to 35,000 and Aaron Jones raises the pot to 113,000 total. Petersen thinks for a moment and re-pots to put Jones all in.

Jones calls after a few moments and shows      against the      of Petersen.

The board runs out       to give Petersen a set and eliminate Jones.

Alexander Petersen - 1,070,000
Aaron Jones - Eliminated

Sunday, June 28, 2015 2:33 PM Local Time

Steven Marx raises from the cutoff to 56,000 and Mohsin Virani calls on the button as well as Steven Saris in the big blind.

The dealer spreads a flop of     and Saris quickly checks. Marx moves all in for his last 120,000 and Virani folds. Saris snap calls.

Marx:     
Saris: 6c, 6d, ad, 2c]

Saris is ahead with his flopped set, but will have to fade a heart, or running straight cards. The   hits the turn and Marx is down to one last card to try and extend his run here in Event #54. The   hits the river and Marx exits in 19th place, taking home $28,011.

Steven Saris - 740,000
Steven Marx - Eliminated

Sunday, June 28, 2015 2:21 PM Local Time

 

Artem Metalidi has been eliminated on a       board when his      could not beat the      of Davidi Kitai.

Davidi Kitai - 1,100,000
Artem Metalidi - Eliminated

Sunday, June 28, 2015 2:16 PM Local Time

Action folds to Jason Mercier in the cutoff who opens with a raise to 32,000. Paul Lackey three-bet "pot" from the small blind to 112,000 and Mercier calls.

The dealer spreads a flop of     and Lackey quickly moves all in for his last 140,000. Mercier snap calls and Lackey sees the bad news.

Lackey:     
Mercier:     

The   turn provides no help to Lackey and the   river seals the deal on his tournament life as he hits the rail in 21st place.

Jason Mercier - 1,450,000
Paul Lackey - Eliminated

Sunday, June 28, 2015 2:11 PM Local Time

Brian Roberts raises to 56,000 from the cutoff and Aaron Jones re-pots to put Roberts all in who calls.

Roberts shows      against the      of Jones.

The board runs out       to give Roberts the flush and the double up.

Brian Roberts - 320,000
Aaron Jones - 340,000

Sunday, June 28, 2015 2:01 PM Local Time
Level:21Blinds:8,000/16,000
Sunday, June 28, 2015 12:50 PM Local Time

It's the third and final day here in the $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship. Leading the way is no other than Jason Mercier. Mercier leads the final 21 players with his stack of 1,182,000 and is on track to take down his second bracelet this year. If Mercier can pull this off it would be his 4th career bracelet, and third bracelet in the omaha varient.

Ahead of Mercier lies a tough road however, as the remaining 21 players is littered with top pros including Dan Smith (924,000), Davidi Kitati(822,000), Gionni Demers(881,000), Alexander Petersen(759,000), Hasan Habib(659,000), Shaun Deeb(530,000), and Aaron Jones(488,000).

The true Cinderella story sits right in the lap of Simon Trumper, who bagged a very reasonable stack of 740,000. Trumper brings a ton of energy and spirit to the game as the long time friend of the now deceased David "Devilfish" Ulliot has been on an emotional roller coaster for the entire tournament. You can spot Trumper in the field wearing a white t-shirt with a photo of Devilfish and himself on the back. Trumper was coasting along all day on day 2, until he eliminated Stephen Moreschi in a wild hand that left the entire table in tears. Trumper is on a mission to win this tournament and take it down for his buddy Devilfish.

Play is scheduled to resume at 2:00 PM today, and will not end until there is a new champion. You can follow along with all of the action right here at WSOP.com!