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

Monday, June 10, 2019 to Wednesday, June 12, 2019

$1,500 Seven-Card Stud Hi/Lo 8 or Better (Event #27)

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  • Buy-in: $1,500
  • Prizepool: $621,000
  • Entries: 460
  • Remaining: 0

EVENT UPDATES

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Thursday, June 13, 2019 12:58 PM Local Time
Sopko Takes from Mizrachi

Michael Mizrachi:    /      /  
Michael Sopko:    /      /  

Michael Sopko brought in and Michael Mizrachi completed. Sopko called and the pair checked fourth street. Sopko bet fifth street and Mizrachi raised. Sopko called and called a bet from Mizrachi on sixth street.

The pair checked seventh street. Mizrachi showed the   for a pair of jacks and Sopko took down the pot with     for a pair of queens.

Michael Sopko1,400,000300,000
Michael Mizrachi1,100,000-300,000
Thursday, June 13, 2019 12:50 PM Local Time
Updated Chip Counts
Robert Gray1,600,0000
Michael Mizrachi1,400,000100,000
Michael Sopko1,100,0000
Elias Hourani500,0001,000
Thursday, June 13, 2019 12:50 PM Local Time
Jan Stein Eliminated in 5th Place ($29,818)

Jan Stein

Jan Stein:    /      /  
Robert Gray:    /      /  

Robert Gray completed and Jan Stein called. Stein check-called on fourth and fifth before betting on sixth street. Gray called and on seventh street Stein bet again. Gray raised and Stein called all in.

Gray showed     for a full house with Stein showing     in response and he was eliminated.

Robert Gray1,600,000300,000
Jan Stein0-462,000
Thursday, June 13, 2019 12:32 PM Local Time
Jose Paz-Gutierrez Eliminated in 6th Place ($21,575)

Jose Paz-Gutierrez

Jan Stein:    /   - folded on third street
Jose Paz-Gutierrez:    /      /  
Michael Sopko:    /      /  

Jan Stein brought it in, and Jose Paz-Gutierrez completed. Michael Sopko made it two bets, and after Stein folded, Paz-Gutierrez got his last 71,000 in, and Sopko called.

It was a fair fight after third street, but Paz-Gutierrez made a pair on fourth street. Sopko came back with a bigger pair on fifth street, and improved further to aces-up on sixth street. Sopko showed the   as his final card, and Paz-Gutierrez showed the  , giving him an inferior two pair and leaving him as the first casualty of the final table.

Michael Sopko1,200,00016,000
Jose Paz-Gutierrez0-176,000
Thursday, June 13, 2019 12:26 PM Local Time
Gray Takes Chip Lead

Robert Gray

Robert Gray:    /      /  
Michael Mizrachi:    /      /  

Michael Mizrachi brought in and Robert Gray completed. Mizrachi called and Gray check-called on fourth street when he made open-fives.

Gray bet on fifth and sixth street, with Mizrachi calling, but a further bet on seventh street elicited a fold from Mizrachi. This means Robert Gray has moved into the chip lead. Could it be a pivotal moment in the final?

Robert Gray1,300,000272,000
Michael Mizrachi1,200,000-155,000
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Thursday, June 13, 2019 12:20 PM Local Time
Stein Leaves Paz-Gutierrez Short

Jose Paz-Gutierrez

Robert Gray:    /    - folded on third
Jan Stein:    /      /  
Jose Paz-Gutierrez:    /      /  

Robert Gray brought it in, and Jan Stein and Jose Paz-Gutierrez both called. Stein bet his open pair of jacks on fourth street, and only Paz-Gutierrez called. Stein bet every remaining street, and Paz-Gutierrez called to seventh street, where he double checked his hole cards before mucking.

Jan Stein462,000258,000
Jose Paz-Gutierrez176,000-124,000
Thursday, June 13, 2019 12:14 PM Local Time
Shuffle Up and Deal!

Final Table Set

After a short delay, cards are in the air for the final day of Event #27: $1,500 Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better!

Thursday, June 13, 2019 10:31 AM Local Time
Mizrachi Goes For Bracelet Number Five on Final Day of Event #27: Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better

Michael Mizrachi

The 2019 World Series of Poker will crown a new bracelet winner today, as Event #27: Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better draws to a close. Six players are still in the running from an original field of 460, and although each remaining player has already locked up $21,575, they're all still shooting for the top prize of $142,801 and the coveted WSOP bracelet when action kicks off at Noon local time.

Leading the way is none other than four-time WSOP bracelet winner Michael Mizrachi, who brings back 23 big bets and the chip lead with his 1,355,000 stack. Mizrachi, a three-time $50,000 Poker Players Championship bracelet winner, is looking to pass his brother Robert and jump into a tie for 16th on the all-time bracelet list. Mizrachi has held the chip lead for most of the previous two days of play, and will be looking to use that stack to help propel him to more WSOP gold.

Two players have similar stacks along with Mizrachi, as Michael Sopko (1,184,000) and Robert Gray (1,028,000) both have plenty of big bets to work with. On the other side of the coin, Elias Hourani (425,000), Jose Paz-Gutierrez (300,000), and Jan Stein (204,000) all begin on the short side of things, and will need to make a move in a hurry to survive.

Event #27: Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better Final Six

SeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Bets
1Jan SteinUnited States204,0003
2Elias HouraniUnited States425,0007
3Michael MizrachiUnited States1,355,00023
4Jose Paz-GutierrezBolivia300,0005
5Michael SopkoUnited States1,184,00020
6Robert GrayUnited States1,028,00017

The action is set to resume at Noon local time on the main stage of the Amazon Room and the cards up coverage on CBS All Access will get underway at 1 p.m. local time. The returning limits will be 30,000-60,000 with a 7,000 ante and a 10,000 bring-in, with a little over 30 minutes remaining in the current level. The PokerNews team will be there to provide all the action until the very last scoop, so stay tuned!