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2019 50th Annual World Series of Poker The Official WSOP Live Updates

Saturday, June 22, 2019 to Tuesday, June 25, 2019

$10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha 8-Handed (Event #52)

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  • Buy-in: $10,000
  • Prizepool: $4,869,200
  • Entries: 518
  • Remaining: 0

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Tuesday, June 25, 2019 3:21 PM Local Time
Feldman Takes the Lead With Aggression

Joel Feldman

Joel Feldman opened to 1,000,000 from the cutoff and Jeremy Ausmus called in the big blind, which created a pot of 2,150,000 to the     flop. Ausmus checked and Feldman bet small, making it 450,000 to go, and picking up a call from Ausmus.

After the   turn, Ausmus checked once more and Feldman fired a second barrel worth 650,000. That ended up winning the hand right there.

Joel Feldman10,000,0001,600,000
Dash Dudley7,100,0000
Jeremy Ausmus6,200,000-1,400,000
Kyle Montgomery3,900,0000
James Park3,900,000-200,000
Tuesday, June 25, 2019 3:16 PM Local Time
Back to Small Pots

Dash Dudley limped the small blind and Joel Feldman checked in the big blind. Both players checked through the     flop and   turn. On the   river no betting action took place and the pot was shipped to Feldman, who held the     .

Kyle Montgomery limped his small blind and James Park checked to the     flop, which brought a bet of 300,000 by Montgomery. Park came along and they headed to the   turn. Montgomery now bet the pot for 1,200,000 and Park folded.

Joel Feldman8,400,000-200,000
Jeremy Ausmus7,600,000-600,000
Dash Dudley7,100,0000
James Park4,100,000200,000
Kyle Montgomery3,900,000800,000
Tuesday, June 25, 2019 3:07 PM Local Time
Montgomery Doubles Through Dudley

Dash Dudley

Dash Dudley raised to 700,000 in the cutoff and Kyle Montgomery got his last 1,400,000 in from the small blind, which Dudley called.

Kyle Montgomery:     
Dash Dudley:     

The board came       and Montgomery flopped bottom set to double and get back into contention.

Dash Dudley7,100,000-1,600,000
Kyle Montgomery3,100,0001,400,000
Tuesday, June 25, 2019 2:58 PM Local Time
Three in a Row for Feldman

Joel Feldman

Joel Feldman claimed the blinds two hands in a row and also raised the third consecutive hand to 800,000 first to act. Jeremy Ausmus came along from the small blind to see the     flop and both players opted to check. This brought the   on the turn and both players opted to check it down once more.

The   completed the board on the river and once Ausmus had checked, Feldman bet 350,000. A reluctant call by Ausmus followed and Feldman tabled      as the winning hand to make it three in a row.

Dash Dudley8,700,000-300,000
Joel Feldman8,600,0002,400,000
Jeremy Ausmus8,200,000-1,500,000
James Park3,900,000-500,000
Kyle Montgomery1,700,000-200,000
Tuesday, June 25, 2019 2:50 PM Local Time
Dudley Takes From Montgomery

Dash Dudley

Joel Feldman stole the blinds with a raise to 750,000 and up next, Jeremy Ausmus raised the pot out of the small blind to force a fold from Dash Dudley in the big blind.

Dudley raised the button to 800,000 and right into the big blind of Kyle Montgomery, who was the shortest stack on just eight big blinds at the time. Montgomery called and they checked a     flop. On the   turn, Montgomery checked once more and Dudley checked behind to see the   on the river.

Montgomery checked once more and a bet of 875,000 did the trick for Dudley.

Jeremy Ausmus9,700,0000
Dash Dudley9,000,000500,000
Joel Feldman6,200,000300,000
James Park4,400,000100,000
Kyle Montgomery1,900,000-1,200,000
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Tuesday, June 25, 2019 2:43 PM Local Time
Eoghan O'Dea Eliminated in 6th Place ($169,173)

Eoghan O Dea

In the very first hand after coming back from the break, Eoghan O'Dea raised the pot to 1,050,000 and Jeremy Ausmus three-bet the pot to 3,600,000 in the cutoff. O'Dea eventually stuck his stack in and Ausmus called for very few chips more.

Eoghan O'Dea:     
Jeremy Ausmus:     

The     flop was a disaster for O'Dea, as his king would give Ausmus a straight and he was already in need of running cards to avoid the elimination. It was all over after the   turn and he stood up, grabbed his belongings and shook hands with all remaining finalists while the meaningless   came on the river.

O'Dea finished 6th in this very event two years ago and does so again in the 2019 edition, receiving $169,173 for his efforts.

Eoghan O'Dea
Eoghan O'Dea
Jeremy Ausmus9,700,0004,100,000
Eoghan O'Dea0-3,700,000
Tuesday, June 25, 2019 2:35 PM Local Time
Level 33 started
Level: 33
Blinds: 150,000/300,000
Ante: 0
Tuesday, June 25, 2019 2:20 PM Local Time
O'Dea Three-Bets; First Break With 6 Remaining

James Park made it 480,000 to go from the cutoff and Eoghan O'Dea three-bet the pot to 1,800,000 from the button off a stack of 11 big blinds. The action folded back to Park, who studied the stack size of his opponent. Eventually, Park also surrendered and O'Dea claimed the pot under the eyes of his father Donnacha O'Dea on the rail.

Jeremy Ausmus limped the button and Dash Dudley did so from the small blind, Joel Feldman checked in the big blind and they headed to the     flop. Once the action checked to Ausmus, he bet 240,000 and won the final hand of the level.

The players then headed into their first scheduled 15-minute break of the day.

Dash Dudley8,500,000-100,000
Joel Feldman5,900,000200,000
Jeremy Ausmus5,600,000200,000
James Park4,300,000-900,000
Eoghan O'Dea3,700,000500,000
Kyle Montgomery3,100,000-100,000
Tuesday, June 25, 2019 2:07 PM Local Time
Two in a Row for Dudley

Dash Dudley

Eoghan O'Dea limped the button and Jeremy Ausmus tossed in the additional 120,000 from the small blind to see Dash Dudley check his option from the big blind. Neither player invested any chips on the     flop and Ausmus checked the   turn, Dudley bet 300,000 and Ausmus called to see the   on the river.

Ausmus checked once more and Dudley made it 575,000 to go. It would be Dudley's rail that cheered after the hand was over, as Ausmus released his cards into the muck.

Fast forward one hand, Dudley limped and Joel Feldman checked to the     flop. Dudley bet 280,000 and claimed the second pot in a row.

Dash Dudley8,600,0001,000,000
Joel Feldman5,700,000-400,000
Jeremy Ausmus5,400,000-600,000
James Park5,200,0000
Kyle Montgomery3,200,0000
Eoghan O'Dea3,200,000100,000
Tuesday, June 25, 2019 1:59 PM Local Time
Another Showdown Pot for Ausmus

Jeremy Ausmus

Dash Dudley raised to 550,000 in the hijack and was called by Eoghan O'Dea in the big blind, which led to a     flop. O'Dea checked and Dudley continued for 425,000, no call followed and Dudley's rail started cheering.

James Park limped the button, O'Dea filled up from the small blind and Jeremy Ausmus made it three ways to the     flop, which was checked through. On the   turn, O'Dea bet the minimum for 240,000 and Ausmus was the only one to stick around.

The   fell on the river and neither player checked. Ausmus tabled      for the busted nut flush draw and a pair on the river, and that ended up as the winning hand.

Dash Dudley7,600,000700,000
Joel Feldman6,100,0000
Jeremy Ausmus6,000,000700,000
James Park5,200,000-300,000
Kyle Montgomery3,200,0000
Eoghan O'Dea3,100,000-1,000,000
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Tuesday, June 25, 2019 1:51 PM Local Time
Ausmus Chips Up

Jeremy Ausmus

Eoghan O'Dea raised to 550,000 and Jeremy Ausmus three-bet the pot to shut down the action right there.

Ausmus kept his foot on the pedal and opened to 550,000 in the cutoff, which was called by Kyle Montgomery in the big blind. The flop brought     and Montgomery check-folded when facing a bet of 375,000.

Ausmus limped right after, as did Montgomery from the small blind, and James Park raised the pot to 960,000 from the big blind. After some consideration, Ausmus sent his cards into the muck and Montgomery quickly released, too.

Dash Dudley6,900,0000
Joel Feldman6,100,000-300,000
James Park5,500,000100,000
Jeremy Ausmus5,300,0001,400,000
Eoghan O'Dea4,100,000-500,000
Kyle Montgomery3,200,000-800,000
Tuesday, June 25, 2019 1:43 PM Local Time
O'Dea Bests Montgomery

Kyle Montgomery limped the button and Eoghan O'Dea checked from the big blind to see a     flop. O'Dea checked and faced a bet of 400,000 by Montgomery, which the Irishman called after brief consideration.

The   on the turn provided no betting action and the   river paired the board. O'Dea tabled the      for a flush and scooped the pot.

Eoghan O'Dea4,600,0001,000,000
Kyle Montgomery4,000,000-800,000
Tuesday, June 25, 2019 1:36 PM Local Time
Montgomery Boosts His Stack

Kyle Montgomery

Kyle Montgomery twice raised the pot to 840,000 to pull some chips back and the action remained preflop without any major movement in sight.

The next hand with at least a flop was limped by Dash Dudley in the small blind and Joel Feldman checked from the big blind. A flop of     was checked through to the   turn and Dudley bet 300,000 to claim the pot.

James Park made it 500,000 to go and was called by Dudley on the button and Montgomery in the big blind. The flop came     and Montgomery bet the pot for 1,620,000, which forced a fold from Park. Dudley came to the same conclusion ad Montgomery went from bottom stack to 4th in chips in a matter of hands.

Dash Dudley6,900,000-500,000
Joel Feldman6,400,000-400,000
James Park5,400,000-300,000
Kyle Montgomery4,800,0001,900,000
Jeremy Ausmus3,900,000-400,000
Eoghan O'Dea3,600,000-400,000
Tuesday, June 25, 2019 1:24 PM Local Time
Level 32 started
Level: 32
Blinds: 120,000/240,000
Ante: 0
Tuesday, June 25, 2019 1:23 PM Local Time
Feldman Wins Three-Way Pot

Joel Feldman

In a limped pot to the     flop, Joel Feldman checked and Kyle Montgomery bet 200,000, which Feldman called. The   on the turn was checked through and the   followed on the river. No betting action followed and Feldman claimed the pot, having hit the nine as his cards were quickly rushed in.

Feldman limped the button the next hand and Montgomery did so from the small blind, James Park checked in the big blind. On a flop of    , action checked to Feldman and his bet of 325,000 resulted in two calls.

The trio headed to the   turn and Montgomery, as well as Park, opted to check. Feldman this time checked behind and three players remained to see the   on the river. Once again, Montgomery and Park checked and a bet of 725,000 by Feldman won the pot without resistance.

Dash Dudley7,400,0000
Joel Feldman6,800,0001,500,000
James Park5,700,000-500,000
Jeremy Ausmus4,300,0000
Eoghan O'Dea4,000,0000
Kyle Montgomery2,900,000-1,000,000
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Tuesday, June 25, 2019 1:14 PM Local Time
Just One Flop in Sight

Dash Dudley

Dash Dudley raised the button to 475,000 and he was called by Kyle Montgomery in the big blind to see a     flop. Montgomery checked and a bet of 325,000 by Dudley shut down all further action.

Montgomery limped the small blind next and a raise to 600,000 by James Park in the big blind won the pot right there.

Park's pot-sized raise from the small blind forced a fold from Eoghan O'Dea and that continued the trend of no major action as of recently.

Park then raised to 450,000 and Jeremy Ausmus three-bet the pot on the button to 1,650,000 in order to claim the chips uncontested.

Dash Dudley7,400,000300,000
James Park6,200,0000
Joel Feldman5,300,000-300,000
Jeremy Ausmus4,300,0001,000,000
Eoghan O'Dea4,000,000-300,000
Kyle Montgomery3,900,000-600,000
Tuesday, June 25, 2019 1:03 PM Local Time
Tightly Bunched Together

James Park

James Park opened to 400,000 in the cutoff and picked up a call by chip leader Dash Dudley in the big blind. The flop came     and Dudley checked, which prompted a bet of 300,000 by Park. No further action took place and Park claimed the pot.

Dudley limped the small blind next and Joel Feldman checked in the big blind. There was no betting action on the     flop and Dudley bet the   turn for 225,000, Feldman called. The   river completed the board and Dudley checked, while Feldman bet 250,000.

Dudley engaged in some table chat with his neighbor and sent his cards into the muck shortly after.

Dash Dudley7,100,000-800,000
James Park6,200,000700,000
Joel Feldman5,600,000400,000
Kyle Montgomery4,500,0000
Eoghan O'Dea4,300,000-300,000
Jeremy Ausmus3,300,0000
Tuesday, June 25, 2019 12:54 PM Local Time
O'Dea Takes Small Pot Against Park

James Park raised to 400,000 in the hijack and scooped the blinds.

Up next it was Jeremy Ausmus that raised the pot to 700,000 from the cutoff and he found no resistance either.

Eoghan O'Dea raised to 450,000 first to act and Park defended his big blind to see a     flop. Both checked to the   turn, which brought another check from Park. O'Dea made it 300,000 and that won the pot for Irishman right there.

Dash Dudley7,900,000-100,000
James Park5,500,000-200,000
Joel Feldman5,200,000-300,000
Eoghan O'Dea4,600,000500,000
Kyle Montgomery4,500,000-300,000
Jeremy Ausmus3,300,000300,000
Tuesday, June 25, 2019 12:48 PM Local Time
Park Pots It Three-Way

After Jeremy Ausmus took a small pot from Eoghan O'Dea (betting 500,000 on the turn of a blind vs. blind      board), James Park raised to 400,000, called by O'Dea on the button and Ausmus in the small blind. The flop came down     and Park took it down with a pot-sized bet.

Dash Dudley8,000,000-200,000
James Park5,700,000900,000
Joel Feldman5,500,0000
Kyle Montgomery4,800,0000
Eoghan O'Dea4,100,000-1,000,000
Jeremy Ausmus3,000,0000
Tuesday, June 25, 2019 12:45 PM Local Time
Andrey Razov Eliminated in 7th Place ($125,215)

Andrey Razov

Andrey Razov raised the pot to 700,000 with 215,000 from under the gun and Dash Dudley three-bet from two seats over. All other players got out of the way and Razov called all in to create the third all in showdown of the day.

Andrey Razov:     
Dash Dudley:     

Both players flopped a pair on     and Dudley improved to two pair on the   turn. Razov needed a jack to chop or a nine to double, but instead Dudley further improved to a full house with the   river to reduce the field to the final six.

Razov takes home $125,215 for his efforts.

Dash Dudley8,200,0001,200,000
Andrey Razov0-915,000
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