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Sunday, June 19, 2011 3:46 PM Local Time
Jens Hansen was on the button, Tommy Le was in the small blind and Tex Barch was in the big blind. All three players went to a flop of and Hansen and Le both moved in and Barch called both stacks.
The board finished and Barch made a club flush knocking out both Le and Hansen. Barch is up over a half million.
|Tex Barch||587,000||330,000 |
|Jens Hansen||0||-95,000 |
|Tommy Le||0||-210,000 |
Sunday, June 19, 2011 3:38 PM Local Time
Catching the action on the flop, we found Kory Kilpatrick all in against Christian Harder.
The turn and river landed the and to see Harder spike two-pair to send Kilpatrick to the rail in 22nd place.
Sunday, June 19, 2011 3:35 PM Local Time
Tex Barch opened for 21,000 and Jeanphilippe Leandri moved in behind him. Barch called and tabled and Leandri held
The board ran and Leandri start calling for cards in French and it quickly turned into a spew French curses. Barch pushed his stack up over the 250,000 mark and Leandri hit the rail.
|Tex Barch||257,000||74,000 |
|Jeanphilippe Leandri||0||0 |
Sunday, June 19, 2011 3:32 PM Local Time
Catching the action on a flop, we found Sam Stein leading out with a bet of 27,000 which Brock Parker called.
The turn of the saw Stein lead again - this time for 41,000 - as Parker made the call before the dealer dropped the on the river.
Stein pushed out 112,000 and Parker announced a call tabling his for a full house. Stein folded while slipping to 690,000 as Parker moved to 620,000 in chips.
|Sam Stein||690,000||-153,000 |
|Brock Parker||620,000||234,000 |
Sunday, June 19, 2011 3:19 PM Local Time
Ben Lamb opened with a min-raise under the gun only to have Austin Scott three-bet the cutoff to 38,000. Lamb made the call before check-calling a 51,000-chip bet on the flop.
Both players then proceeded to check down the and on the turn and river as Scott tabled his for the nut-flush.
Sunday, June 19, 2011 3:12 PM Local Time
Joshua Gibson pumped it to 19,000 from the cutoff only to have Tommy Le raise the pot from the small blind. Gibson called off what remained of his stack as the cards were placed on their backs.
The board was spread to put Gibson on the sidelines as Le climbs to over 200,000 in chips.
Sunday, June 19, 2011 3:11 PM Local Time
Jens Hansen got his short stack all in against Gabor Gyarmati preflop.
Hansen's trip aces doubled him up to 95,000 and Gyarmati is at 160,000.
Sunday, June 19, 2011 3:10 PM Local Time
With our PokerNews field reporter busy catching a triple and a double, we unfortunately missed the elimination of Tsubasa Manabe.
|Tsubasa Manabe||0||0 |
Sunday, June 19, 2011 3:08 PM Local Time
Dallas Wottlin pushed his last 21,000 in from the cutoff and both Brock Parker and Christian Harder made the call from the blinds.
Parker led out with a bet on the flop as Harder quickly folded.
The turn of the and the river of the would see Wottlin snag a runner-runner flush to triple through to 63,000.
Sunday, June 19, 2011 3:02 PM Local Time
The cards are now back in the air for Day 3!
Sunday, June 19, 2011 2:38 PM Local Time
The 25 returning players for Day 3 of the $1,500 Pot Limit Omaha event are eyeing the final table and ultimately winning the gold bracelet. Sam Stein enters the day as the chipleader with 843,000, almost a full 200,000 ahead of Ben Lamb in second.
We have two returning bracelet winners hoping to add to their collection. Tex Barch won a bracelet in Pot Limit Omaha in 2010 and Brock Parker won two within a week in 2009. They'll plenty of competition with notables Christian Harder, Adam Junglen. Andrew Chen, Rami Boukai and Tommy Le still in the field.
Warren Fund proved with his play last night that he's not intimated by the pros, bringing just over 500,000 chips back today. There are six short stacked players all under 100,000 that may look to double up early or find something else to do today.
We'll play a full ten levels today, beginning at 4 p.m. PST and hope to have a winner by the end of the night. If not the remaining players from the final table will return for a Day 4. The three tables to start the day will begin in the Blue section of the Amazon Room and then move to a feature table once they hit ten players.
Be sure to follow all the WSOP action live on Pokernews.com.
Sunday, June 19, 2011 9:07 AM Local Time
|279||5||Ismail Abou Sharkh||146,000|
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