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

Wednesday, July 10, 2019 to Friday, July 12, 2019

$1,500 Mixed No-Limit Hold'em Pot-Limit Omaha (Event #80)

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  • Buy-in: $1,500
  • Prizepool: $1,687,500
  • Entries: 1,250
  • Remaining: 0


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Saturday, July 13, 2019 1:46 PM Local Time
Eddie Blumenthal Eliminated in 6th Place ($53,490)

Eddie Blumenthal

No-Limit Hold'em

Ayaz Mahmood raised to 450,000 on his button and Eddie Blumenthal three-bet shoved out of the small blind. Jerry Odeen peeled a strong hand in the big blind and he reshoved, forcing fold from Mahmood.


"King-queen-ten!" Blumenthal demanded, but the dealer rolled out a flop of    .

"Three hearts!" Blumenthal changed his wishes.

The turn was the  , giving him some hope.

"One time, let's go! Heart, heart!" Blumenthal shouted.

But the   hit the felt and Odeen's queens held. Blumenthal was eliminated in sixth while Odeen vaulted into the lead.

Jerry Odeen8,850,0002,500,000
Eddie Blumenthal0-3,300,000
Saturday, July 13, 2019 1:42 PM Local Time
Demersseman's Flop Raise Takes It

No-Limit Hold'em

Adam Demersseman raised to 400,000 from the cutoff and Ayaz Mahmood called from the small blind along with Eddie Blumenthal in the big blind.

The flop fell     and Mahmood bet 325,000. Blumenthal folded but Demersseman raised to 1,600,000. Mahmood snap-folded.

Ayaz Mahmood6,000,000-800,000
Adam Demersseman4,300,0001,060,000
Saturday, July 13, 2019 1:37 PM Local Time
Demersseman Picks Off Greenwood

No-Limit Hold'em

Adam Demersseman limped from the small blind and Luc Greenwood checked. They checked the     flop and Demersseman bet 220,000 on the   turn. Greenwood called.

The river was the   and Demersseman checked to Greenwood who bet 500,000. Demersseman paused for about a minute and then he called.

Greenwood showed    for air and Demersseman took it down with   .

Lucas Greenwood7,250,000-150,000
Adam Demersseman3,240,0001,040,000
Saturday, July 13, 2019 1:26 PM Local Time
Updated Chip Counts
Lucas Greenwood7,400,000-100,000
Ayaz Mahmood6,800,0000
Jerry Odeen6,350,0001,595,000
Peter Linton4,300,000-1,400,000
Eddie Blumenthal3,300,000-600,000
Adam Demersseman2,200,000-1,540,000
Saturday, July 13, 2019 1:26 PM Local Time
Two Pair for Greenwood

Pot-Limit Omaha

Lucas Greenwood limped from the small blind and Ayaz Mahmood checked from the big blind.

The board was       and was checked all the way though by Greenwood and Mahmood. Greenwood turned over      for jacks and fours and Mahmood mucked.

Lucas Greenwood7,500,000300,000
Ayaz Mahmood6,800,000-200,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Saturday, July 13, 2019 1:12 PM Local Time
Jeremy Kottler Eliminated in 7th Place ($40,236)

Jeremy Kottler

No-Limit Hold'em

Peter Linton raised to 400,000 from the cutoff and Jeremy Linton instantly shoved from the button. Linton first asked for a count, making sure he wouldn't miscount. When he saw that the jam was worth six big blinds or so, he called.


Linton pulled ahead on the     flop, and while Kottler spiked a flush draw on the   turn, the   river eliminated him in seventh place.

Peter Linton5,700,0001,300,000
Jeremy Kottler0-1,650,000
Saturday, July 13, 2019 1:09 PM Local Time
Blumenthal Folds to Odeen's Shove

No-Limit Hold'em

Eddie Blumenthal raised to 425,000 from the hijack and Jerry Odeen took a few seconds of reflection before moving all in for 3,830,000 from the cutoff. Odeen let it go.

Jerry Odeen4,755,0001,255,000
Eddie Blumenthal3,900,000-100,000
Saturday, July 13, 2019 1:02 PM Local Time
Level 32 started
Level: 32
Blinds: 100,000/200,000
Ante: 200,000
Saturday, July 13, 2019 12:53 PM Local Time
Blumenthal Repots the Turn

Pot-Limit Omaha

Ayaz Mahmood limped from the small blind, Eddie Blumenthal min-raised, and Mahmood called again.

The flop fell     and both checked to the   turn. Mahmood potted for 640,000 but he folded when Blumenthal repotted.

Ayaz Mahmood7,000,000-300,000
Eddie Blumenthal4,000,000760,000
Saturday, July 13, 2019 12:50 PM Local Time
Linton Check-Raises on the Turn

Pot-Limit Omaha

Peter Linton raised to 400,000 from the hijack and Jeremy Kottler flatted on his left.

They went heads up to the     flop and both players checked.

Linton checked again on the   turn and Kottler fired 700,000. Linton woke up with a check-raise to what looked like 2,000,000 and Kottler quickly folded.

Peter Linton4,400,0001,800,000
Jeremy Kottler1,650,000-1,550,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Saturday, July 13, 2019 12:44 PM Local Time
Demersseman Doubles Through Mahmood

No-Limit Hold'em

Ayaz Mahmood raised to 350,000 from middle position and Adam Demersseman three-bet shoved for 1,670,000 from the big blind. Mahmood snap-called and the cards were tabled.

Adam Demersseman:   
Ayaz Mahmood:   

The flop came     giving Demersseman a flush draw. The turn brought the   and the   river filled up the board for Demersseman to double up with broadway.

Ayaz Mahmood7,300,000-1,900,000
Adam Demersseman3,740,0001,425,000
Saturday, July 13, 2019 12:37 PM Local Time
Kottler Times Out

No-Limit Hold'em

Jeremy Kottler raised to 320,000 under the gun and Luc Greenwood made it 900,000 in the hijack. Action folded back to Kottler who spent over two minutes tanking. Peter Linton called the clock and Kottler received 30 more seconds to act.

However, he was unable to make any decision before the allotted time expired and his hand was declared dead.

Lucas Greenwood6,700,000185,000
Jeremy Kottler4,500,000-300,000
Saturday, July 13, 2019 12:21 PM Local Time
Three-Bet Takes It for Odeen

Pot-Limit Omaha

Jerry Odeen limped from the small blind and Peter Linton raised to 480,000 from the big blind. Odeen three-bet pot to 1,440,000 and Linton went deep into the tank then let it go.

Jerry Odeen3,500,0001,120,000
Peter Linton2,600,000-515,000
Saturday, July 13, 2019 12:11 PM Local Time
Mahmood Pots the Flop

Pot-Limit Omaha

Jeremy Kottler raised to 360,000 from the cutoff and Ayaz Mahmood called from the big blind.

The flop came down     and Mahmood let Kottler fire 300,000, then announced a pot-sized check-raise to 1.4 million. Kottler gave up.

Ayaz Mahmood9,200,000770,000
Jeremy Kottler4,800,000-345,000
Saturday, July 13, 2019 11:59 AM Local Time
Level 31 started
Level: 31
Blinds: 80,000/160,000
Ante: 160,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Saturday, July 13, 2019 10:13 AM Local Time
The Final Day of Event #80: $1,500 Mixed No-Limit Hold'em, Pot Limit Omaha Gets Underway at Noon

Lucas Greenwood

Out of a field of 1,250 players, seven competitors will make their way back to the felt at noon local time to continue to battle it out until a winner is crowned in Event#80: $1,500 Mixed No-Limit Hold'em, Pot Limit Omaha.

Ayaz Mahmood will start the day as the chip leader with an impressive stack of 8,430,000. Mahmood is the only of the seven players left that already has a bracelet. He will be looking to claim another victory at the WSOP.

He is followed by Lucas Greenwood (6,515,000). Greenwood is a dominant force in the poker world and a regular face in the high rollers. He will try to win the first gold bracelet of his poker career.

Jeremy Kottler sits in third with 5,145,000. Kottler has $438,014 in total earnings at the WSOP including three final tables, and will be looking to close this one out.

Eddie Blumenthal will start the day fourth in chips with 3,240,000 in the bag. Blumenthal has over $1,000,000 in cashes at the WSOP and already has a Circuit ring to show for his work. He will be trying to match that with a bracelet.

Peter Linton will be returning with 3,115,000. Linton has three cashes this summer including a five-figure score in the Main Event. He will be going for a six-figure score this time.

Next in line is Jerry Odeen with 2,380,000. Odeen came very close to a bracelet in 2017 in Event #4: €1,650 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed of the World Series of Poker Europe but ended up getting 4th for €24,046.

Adam Demersseman rounds up the final seven with a stack of 2,315,000. Demersseman has been having a great summer with six cashes and will try to end his summer with a victory.

The remaining seven players are all guaranteed $40,236 but they will all have their eyes on the six-figure first-place prize of $304,793 and the shiny WSOP bracelet.

Cards will be back in the air at noon local time and play will begin at Level 31 with blinds at 100,000/200,000 with a 200,000 big blind ante.

Stay tuned to PokerNews as the Live Reporting Team provides you with all the action throughout the day.

SeatPlayerCountryChip Count
1Peter LintonUnited Kingdom3,115,000
2Jeremy KottlerUnited States5,145,000
3Adam DemerssemanUnited States2,315,000
4Lucas GreenwoodCanada6,515,000
5Ayaz MahmoodUnited States8,430,000
6Eddie BlumenthalUnited States3,240,000
7Jerry OdeenSweden2,380,000