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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 12:38 PM Local Time
Pots Taken on Flops

After high drama in the first three hands, the next period was more sedate. Kyle Montgomery raised to 500,000 first to speak, called by Joel Feldman in the big blind. The flop came     and Feldman led out for 400,000 taking the pot.

The next hand, Dudley raised to 475,000 on the button, Montgomery calling on the big blind. On the     flop, Montgomery check-folded to Dash Dudley's 300,000 bet.

Feldman then limped his button, Montgomery potted it from the small blind and Feldman made the call. The flop brought     and a check from Montgomery. Feldman bet the pot (1,800,000) which won him the hand.

Dash Dudley7,000,000400,000
Joel Feldman5,500,000400,000
Eoghan O'Dea5,100,000-50,000
James Park4,800,000-195,000
Kyle Montgomery4,800,000-700,000
Jeremy Ausmus3,000,0000
Andrey Razov915,000-300,000
Tuesday, June 25, 2019 12:31 PM Local Time
Ausmus Denied a Double

Kyle Montgomery raised to 450,000 from the hijack and Jeremy Ausmus came along from the big blind to see the     flop. Ausmus bet the pot for 1,000,000 and Montgomery folded.

In the next hand, Ausmus limped the small blind and Dash Dudley checked to see the     flop for free. Ausmus min-bet for 200,000 and Dudley double-checked his cards, then raised to 500,000. Ausmus raised the pot to put himself at risk for 2.76 million and Dudley called.

Jeremy Ausmus:     
Dash Dudley:     

Ausmus was way ahead with his set and the same wrap as Dudley while also blocking one of the outs of Dudley for a superior set. The   turn was a blank, however, the   river gave both the same straight and they chopped it up.

Dash Dudley6,600,00050,000
Kyle Montgomery5,500,000-460,000
Jeremy Ausmus3,000,000595,000
Tuesday, June 25, 2019 12:26 PM Local Time
Will Jaffe Eliminated in 8th Place ($94,380)

Will Jaffe

Final table action commenced with an off the bat all-in-and-call, in a hand that started with a 200,000 limp from Joel Feldman, then a pot raise from Will Jaffe on the button, Fledman three-betting and Jaffe calling all in.


The big pair match-up faded into insignificance on the     flop. It would be well nigh impossible for Jaffe to win this hand from here, and totally impossible once the turn came the   (the river the  ).

Joel Feldman5,100,0001,475,000
Will Jaffe0-1,150,000
Tuesday, June 25, 2019 12:18 PM Local Time
Level 31 started
Level: 31
Blinds: 100,000/200,000
Ante: 0
Tuesday, June 25, 2019 12:02 PM Local Time
Action to Start Soon

All remaining eight players are currently taking their seats in the Thunderdome and get mic'd up. The action is set to resume shortly with blinds of 100,000/200,000.

Tuesday, June 25, 2019 10:34 AM Local Time
Final Table of Event #52: $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship Plays to a Winner From Noon

Dash Dudley

The final table of Event #52: $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship will play down to a winner today, awarding one of eight accomplished players a WSOP bracelet (in the case of Jeremy Ausmus and Will Jaffe, a second).

Seeing off the majority of the 50 Day 3 combatants in this 518-entry event yesterday, these final eight played ten one-hour levels to find themselves within hailing distance of WSOP gold, in one of the toughest events of the summer:

Day 4 Seat Draw

SeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1James ParkUnited Kingdom4,995,00025
2Will JaffeUnited States1,150,0006
3Eoghan O'DeaIreland5,150,00026
4Andrey RazovRussia1,215,0006
5Jeremy AusmusUnited States2,405,00012
6Dash DudleyUnited States6,550,00033
7Joel FeldmanAustralia3,625,00018
8Kyle MontgomeryUnited States5,960,00030

In the lead is Dash Dudley, whose 6,550,000 chips put him a nose ahead of Kyle Montgomery and former WSOP Main Event finalist Eoghan O'Dea, the two closest to him in chips. Dudley has warmed up for the PLO Championship with two cashes in this poker variant already this year (Event #25 and Event #40) and is looking for his first bracelet this afternoon.

Along with the WSOP jewelry comes top prize of $1,086,967, the heftiest chunk of an overall prize pool totaling $4,869,200. A total of 78 players have been/will be paid, with a minimum cash worth $15,029.

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