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2011 42nd Annual World Series of Poker

Friday, June 17, 2011 to Sunday, June 19, 2011

Event #31: $3,000 Pot-Limit Omaha

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  • Buy-in: $3,000
  • Prizepool: $1,870,050
  • Entries: 685
  • Remaining: 0

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Sunday, June 19, 2011 6:00 PM Local Time

Jeremy Harkin - 12th Place

Catching the action on the     flop, we found Jeremy Harkin all in against Ben Lamb.

Harkin:     
Lamb:     

With Harkin holding a wrap and superior flush-draw, the   on the turn, followed by the   on the river would see him brick out and be forced to exit in 12th place as Lamb moves to 970,000 in chips.

Sunday, June 19, 2011 5:58 PM Local Time
Christian Harder760,000-50,000
Adam Junglen730,0000
Jeremy Harkin600,000120,000
Ben Lamb600,0000
Warren Fund570,000-110,000
Austin Scott560,000-80,000
Sam Stein535,000-65,000
Brock Parker510,000-15,000
Tex Barch360,000-30,000
Zimnan Ziyard330,00085,000
Dilyan Kovachev246,0000
Romik Vartzar200,00030,000
Sunday, June 19, 2011 5:54 PM Local Time

Jeremy Harkin potted after an opening raise from Dilyan Kovachev. It was enough to put Kovachev all in and he called.

Harkin:        
Kovachev:        

The board ran           and Kovachev made a flush to crack Harkins aces. Kovachev is up to 246,00.

Jeremy Harkin480,000165,000
Dilyan Kovachev246,000137,000
Sunday, June 19, 2011 5:45 PM Local Time

Andrew Chen - 14th Place

Andrew Chen potted from the button to 42,000 only to have Adam Junglen three-bet the small blind to 90,000. Chen pushed his 122,000 total into the pot and Junglen made the call.

Chen:     
Junglen:     

The board ran out       to see Junglen send Chen to the rail in 13th place while moving his stack up to 730,000 in chips.

Sunday, June 19, 2011 5:36 PM Local Time

The players have returned from their 20 minute break and cards are in the air.

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Sunday, June 19, 2011 5:27 PM Local Time

Current 2011 WSOP Player-of-the-Year Leaderboard

PlayerPointsCashesBraceletsWinnings
John Juanda33621$410,067
Amir Lehavot330.7521$578,454
Sean Getzwiller32521$647,854
Steve Landfish317.7020$330,044
Viacheslav Zhukov31511$465,216
Jake Cody313.1321$856,427
Daniel Idema309.5021$384,738
Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier299.2531$364,565
Allen Bari292.6331$883,469
Jason Sommerville291.5021$525,274

*Standings through Event #28

Sunday, June 19, 2011 5:14 PM Local Time

The field has completed two levels of play and are going on a 20 minute break.

Sunday, June 19, 2011 5:09 PM Local Time

On a     flop, we found both Ben Lamb and Tex Barch committing 28,000 as the   landed on the turn.

Lamb fired out 64,000 which Barch called before both players checked the   on the river.

Lamb tabled his      to best Barch's      to move to 600,000 as Barch slips to 390,000 in chips.

Sunday, June 19, 2011 5:09 PM Local Time

Dallas Wottlin - 14th Place

Tex Barch min-raised to 20,000 from middle position and following a call from Austin Scott on the button, Dallas Wottlin moved all in from the small blind for 28,000. Barch and Scott both made the call before Scott bet out 28,000 on the     flop to push Barch out.

Scott:     
Wottlin:     

The turn and river landed the   and   to end Wottlin's run in 14th place as Scott moves to 640,000 in chips.

Sunday, June 19, 2011 5:03 PM Local Time

Henning Dethlefsen 15th Place.

Henning Dethlefsen opened and Warren Fund reraised enough to put Dethlefsen all in. Dethlefsen called and the hands were tabled.

Dethlefsen:        
Fund:        

The board ran           and Fund's set of kings sent Dethlefsen to find the payout cage.

Warren Fund680,000190,000
Henning Dethlefsen0-200,000
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Sunday, June 19, 2011 4:48 PM Local Time

Gabor Gyarmati - 16th Place

On a flop of    , Gabor Gyarmati found himself all in against Ben Lamb.

Gyarmati:     
Lamb:     

With Gyarmati holding top-pair and a gutshot, he unfortunately wouldn't see it advance to a made hand as the turn and river blanked out.

Sunday, June 19, 2011 4:39 PM Local Time

In a battle of the blinds, Romik Vartzar has managed to find a double through Sam Stein.

Vartzar:     
Stein:     

The board ran out       to see Vartzar flop the nut-flush to double through to 170,000 as Stein slips to 600,000 in chips.

Sam Stein600,000-160,000
Romik Vartzar170,00075,000
Sunday, June 19, 2011 4:34 PM Local Time

Gabor Gyarmati and Andrew Chen went to the flop of       and both players checked. The turn was the   and Gyarmati bet 25,000. Chen called and the river fell  . Gyarmati slid out 58,0000 and Chen thought for a few moments and announced a call.

Gyarmati only exposed     and Chen tabled         for a set of eights.

Sunday, June 19, 2011 4:32 PM Local Time

Rami Boukai - 17th Place

From the hi-jack, Christian Harder opened to 22,000 only to have Rami Boukai bump it to to 76,000 from the small blind. Harder potted, and Boukai committed his last 90,000 in chips.

Harder:     
Boukai:     

The flop of     saw Harder flop top set to take the lead, and when the   and   landed on the turn and river, Boukai was sent to the rail in 17th place for a $15,446 payday as Harder moves to 810,000 and the chip lead.

Sunday, June 19, 2011 4:27 PM Local Time

Warren Fund opened to 33,000 from the cutoff and Christian Harder made the call from the button.

The       board was checked down to see Fund table his     . However it would be Harder's      that would see him collect the pot.

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Sunday, June 19, 2011 4:24 PM Local Time
Adam Junglen585,000-15,000
Austin Scott560,000115,000
Ben Lamb520,000-137,000
Tex Barch450,000-40,000
Jeremy Harkin315,000-25,000
Gabor Gyarmati160,0000
Andrew Chen150,000-39,000
Dallas Wottlin61,000-2,000
Sunday, June 19, 2011 4:10 PM Local Time

We've reached the end of one level and the clock is being paused for no more than five minutes so players can fill out their WSOP bio sheet.

Sunday, June 19, 2011 4:07 PM Local Time

Austin Scott opened to 16,000 from early position and was met with calls from Austin Scott, Adam Junglen and Tex Barch.

With the dealer dropping a     flop, Barch took the lead from the small blind with a bet of 70,000 as the action folded to Junglen who announced a pot-raise amounting to 282,000.

Barch hesitated for several moments before eventually laying his hand down while slipping to 490,000 as Junglen moves to 600,000 in chips.

Adam Junglen600,000155,000
Tex Barch490,000-97,000
Sunday, June 19, 2011 3:55 PM Local Time

Johnathan Cuevas - 18th Place

Adam Junglen opened and Johnathan Cuevas moved all in behind him. Junglen called and the hands were tabled.

Junglen:        
Cuevas:        

The board ran           and Junglen made a straight, elminating Cuevas in 18th place.

Adam Junglen445,000214,000
Johnathan Cuevas0
Sunday, June 19, 2011 3:46 PM Local Time

Table 1

SeatPlayer
1Adam Junglen
2Jonathan Cuevas
3Tex Barch
4Gabor Gyarmati
5Jeremy Harkin
6Austin Scott
7Dallas Wottlin
8Ben Lamb
9Andrew Chen

Table 2

SeatPlayer
1Henning Dethlefsen
2Romik Vartzar
3Sam Stein
4Zimnan Ziyard
5Warren Fund
6Christian Harder
7Brock Parker
8Dilyan Kovachev
9Rami Boukai
Velo 690x150