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

Monday, June 10, 2019 to Tuesday, June 11, 2019

$600 Pot-Limit Omaha Deepstack (Event #25)

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  • Buy-in: $600
  • Prizepool: $1,352,925
  • Entries: 2,577
  • Remaining: 0


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Wednesday, June 12, 2019 1:02 PM Local Time
Final Table Redraw
SeatPlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
1Corey WrightUnited States18,300,00031
2Andrew DonabedianUnited States6,400,00011
3Florian FuchsAustria16,700,00028
4Mihai NisteRomania6,000,00010
5Tom FranklinUnited States7,000,00012
6Todd DreyerUnited States7,550,00013
7Robert ValdenUnited States4,000,0007
8Alexandru IvanUnited States10,000,00017
Wednesday, June 12, 2019 12:56 PM Local Time
Alexander Condon Eliminated in 9th Place ($16,971)

Alexander Condon

While Michael Bartov all in on the other table, Alexander Condon made it 2,100,000 to go and Alexandru Ivan called on the button. Tom Franklin folded the small blind, later claiming to have folded     .

On the     flop, the rest of the money went in.

Alexander Condon:     
Alexandru Ivan:     

The turn   and river   gave Ivan the king-high straight to win and Condon missed out on the final table as well.

Alexandru Ivan10,000,0004,675,000
Alexander Condon0-4,300,000
Wednesday, June 12, 2019 12:52 PM Local Time
Michael Bartov Eliminated in 10th Place ($13,212)

Michael Bartov

With the flop reading    , Michael Bartov got it all in and Todd Dreyer called.

Michael Bartov:     
Todd Dreyer:     

Bartov had outflopped the aces of Dreyer and remained ahead after the   fell on the turn. The river  , however, gave Dreyer a set of aces and Bartov was eliminated.

Todd Dreyer7,250,0002,250,000
Michael Bartov0-3,000,000
Wednesday, June 12, 2019 12:47 PM Local Time
Dreyer Doubles Through Bartov

Todd Dreyer raised from the cutoff to 1,750,000 for a pot-sized bet and it folded to Michael Bartov in the big blind. Dreyer had only 550,000 behind but Bartov just called the bet.

The dealer spread out the     flop and Bartov put Dreyer all in and he quickly called.

Todd Dreyer:     
Michael Bartov:     

The board ran out with the   turn and the   river and Dreyer doubled through the Swede.

Todd Dreyer5,000,0001,950,000
Michael Bartov3,000,000-2,300,000
Wednesday, June 12, 2019 12:32 PM Local Time
Eric Sain Eliminated in 11th Place ($13,212)

Eric Sain

Corey Wright raised to 1,000,000 on the button, Eric Sain three-bet to 3,500,000 from the small blind, leaving himself not even 2 million behind, and Wright called. On an    , Sain stuck his remaining scraps in and Wright called.

Eric Sain:     
Corey Wright:     

Sain was miles ahead with the kings and nut flush draw but the   on the turn was one of the few outs Wright had, improving him to a wheel. The   on the river didn't turn it around for Sain, who walked out in 11t place.

Corey Wright19,000,0003,500,000
Eric Sain0-4,950,000
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Wednesday, June 12, 2019 12:24 PM Local Time
Cheli Lin Eliminated in 12th Place ($13,212)

Cheli Lin

It folded to Florian Fuchs in the small blind and he potted to 1,500,000. Big blind Cheli Lin put all of his chips in the middle which was about 2,700,000 and Fuchs called quickly.

Cheli Lin:     
Florian Fuchs:     

The dealer dealt a     flop and Lin's friends were rooting for an ace. The turn was the   and his friends cheered, only to realize moments later that Fuchs had hit his flush. The river was the   and Lin was eliminated from the tournament in 12th place, cashing for $13,212.

Florian Fuchs16,000,0003,200,000
Cheli Lin0-4,025,000
Wednesday, June 12, 2019 12:19 PM Local Time
Bartov Doubles Through Wright

Corey Wright made it 1,000,000 first to act, Michael Bartov three-bet shoved 2,400,000 from the small blind and Wright wasted no time calling.

Michael Bartov:     
Corey Wright:     

The board ran out       and Bartov's ace-king played for a double.

Corey Wright15,500,000-525,000
Michael Bartov5,300,0002,400,000
Wednesday, June 12, 2019 12:16 PM Local Time
Niste Doubles Through Donabedian

Mihai Niste

It folded to Andrew Donabedian on the button and he potted for 1,750,000. Mihai Niste sat in the small blind and he pushed his remaining 2,500,000 to the middle. The player in the big blind got out of the way and Donabedian called.

Mihai Niste:     
Andrew Donabedian:     

The board ran out       and Niste doubled up with two pair as he faded the spade on the river.

Mihai Niste5,500,0001,750,000
Andrew Donabedian3,600,000-3,850,000
Wednesday, June 12, 2019 12:08 PM Local Time
Valden Shoves

Robert Valden made it 1,200,000 to go on the button and Tom Franklin called after much thought in the big blind. On a     flop, Franklin checked and folded to a 2,300,000 shove.

Tom Franklin7,950,000-1,200,000
Alexandru Ivan5,325,000-250,000
Robert Valden4,950,0001,450,000
Wednesday, June 12, 2019 12:02 PM Local Time
Shuffle Up and Deal

Cards are back in the air for the extra Day 3 of Event #25: $600 Pot-Limit Omaha Deepstack.

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Wednesday, June 12, 2019 10:43 AM Local Time
Extra Day of Event #25: $600 Pot-Limit Omaha Deepstack Starts at Noon

WSOP Bracelet

An extra day of PLO action is required to find a winner in Event #25: $600 Pot-Limit Omaha Deepstack at the 2019 World Series of Poker as twelve people remain to battle for the bracelet. The tournament attracted a total of 2,577 entries which generated a prize pool of $1,352,925 and the first-place prize of $205,605. All twelve players still in the tournament are guaranteed to take home at least $13,212, but they'll all be desperate to add a WSOP bracelet in this event to their collection.

Corey Wright ended Day 1 of the tournament on top of the leaderboard with 215 players remaining and he held on to the top spot when there were twelve players remaining, albeit after a slow start and a fast finish to the previous day's play. Either way, Wright still leads the tournament with an impressive 16,025,000 which is roughly two-and-a-half times the average chip stack of 6.4 million. Wright's biggest recorded live tournament cash was a little over $6,000 and he has already doubled that. If he manages to secure at least one pay jump he will more than double his entire recorded lifetime earnings.

Tom Franklin is the only bracelet winner left in the tournament. The 'Captain' won a $2,500 Limit Omaha bracelet exactly twenty years ago and he could add a second piece of WSOP jewelry to that today by beating the other 11 players. Franklin bagged a stack of 9,150,000 and sits third on the leaderboard.

Players will continue in level 36 with blinds standing at 250,000 and 500,000. The average chip stack is just under 13 big blinds and levels will last 40 minutes. The will have a small break after every three levels and there might be a dinner break but that depends on how many players will be left.

PokerNews will be right there to provide you with live coverage until a bracelet is awarded today.

Wednesday, June 12, 2019 10:41 AM Local Time
Seat Draw
RoomTableSeatPlayerCountryChip Count
Amazon4102Florian FuchsAustria12,800,000
Amazon4104Cheli LinChina4,025,000
Amazon4105Alexander CondonUnited States4,300,000
Amazon4107Robert ValdenUnited States3,500,000
Amazon4108Alexandru IvanUnited States5,575,000
Amazon4109Tom FranklinUnited States9,150,000
Amazon4111Michael BartovSweden2,900,000
Amazon4113Todd DreyerUnited States3,050,000
Amazon4114Corey WrightUnited States16,025,000
Amazon4116Eric SainUnited States4,950,000
Amazon4117Andrew DonabedianUnited States7,450,000
Amazon4118Mihai NisteRomania3,750,000