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Wednesday, June 29, 2011 3:20 PM Local Time
It looked as though four bets had been put in by Barry Greenstein, Kyle Loman and Matthew Ashton preflop before the flop came out . Greenstein checked, Loman bet, Ashton folded and Greenstein check-raised all in.
The gave both gutshot straight draws but the river helped neither, Loman's two pair was the better and Greenstein signed his book for his opponent before heading to the rail.
|Barry Greenstein||0||-149,000 |
Wednesday, June 29, 2011 3:04 PM Local Time
Kyle Loman: / /
Richard Ashby: / /
Richard Ashby was calling and check-calling all the way down the streets and was crippled when Loman flipped for the wheel to scoop the pot.
The rest of Ashby's chips went in with against Benjamin Lukas' . Ashby ended up making eights and sixes with no low but Lukas backdoored into trip threes to eliminate the Englishman.
Wednesday, June 29, 2011 3:02 PM Local Time
Brent Carter got it all-in before the flop against Antony Lellouche holding the . Lellouche revealed the and the two players waited for the deck to decide their fates.
The final board rolled out and Carter's pair of nines and an A-2-3-4-7 low were good enough to claim the entire pot.
|Antony Lellouche||165,000||13,500 |
|Brent Carter||26,000||-69,000 |
Wednesday, June 29, 2011 2:48 PM Local Time
Thomas Koral raised on the turn of a board against Michael Mizrachi before the latter check-raised him all in on the river. Koral sighed and called showing but couldn't beat the Grinder's for a rivered wheel.
Wednesday, June 29, 2011 2:42 PM Local Time
Kevin Iacofano has just taken three quarters of a pot, but it was in Stud 8 not Omaha 8. Iacofano's board when we got there was against Antony Lellouche's meaning they both made a six-perfect low but Iacofano's ace-king high was good enough for the other half of the pot
Wednesday, June 29, 2011 2:29 PM Local Time
Kevin Iacofano raised from the button and Owais Ahmed three-bet from the small blind. Iacofano then went all-in for his last 29,000 and the players revealed their holdings.
Ahmed was in good shape with his pair of kings and a suited ace-four, but the flop fell and Iacofano picked up a flush draw. The on the turn completed his flush and after the arrived on the river, he had earned a much needed double-up.
|Owais Ahmed||190,000||-78,500 |
|Kevin Iacofano||69,000||-23,000 |
Wednesday, June 29, 2011 2:22 PM Local Time
Richard Ashby: / FOLDED
Brandon Shack-Harris: /
Benjamin Lukas: / FOLDED
Richard Ashby completed and Shack-Harris and Lukas both called. On fourth Ashby bet, Shack-Harris raised and Lukas got out of the way, Ashby then check-called a bet on fifth before tank-folding on sixth with a heavy sigh.
Wednesday, June 29, 2011 2:12 PM Local Time
Thomas Keller raised from the cutoff and Brent Carter defended in the big blind. On the flop Carter check-raised Keller's bet before firing on the turn and the river. Keller called him down but couldn't beat Carter's for two pair and an A-6 low.
|Brent Carter||95,000||41,500 |
|Thomas Keller||85,000||-16,500 |
Wednesday, June 29, 2011 2:00 PM Local Time
Seat 1: Barry Greenstein
Seat 2: Kyle Loman
Seat 3: Brandon Shack-Harris
Seat 4: Hoyt Verner
Seat 5: Benjamin Lukas
Seat 6: Richard Ashby
Seat 7: Matthew Ashton
Seat 1: Abe Mosseri
Seat 2: Chris Bell
Seat 3: Michael Mizrachi
Seat 4: Scott Bohlman
Seat 5: Thomas Koral
Seat 6: Gerard Rechnitzer
Seat 7: Gregory Jamison
Seat 1: Scotty Nguyen
Seat 2: Thomas Whitehair
Seat 3: Brent Carter
Seat 4: Kevin Iacofano
Seat 5: Owais Ahmed
Seat 6: Antony Lellouche
Seat 7: Thomas Keller
Wednesday, June 29, 2011 1:33 PM Local Time
Welcome back to day 3 of the Mixed Split event with Michael Mizrachi holding a sizeable chip lead over former chip leader Abe Mosseri. 21 players remain including both Barry Greenstein and Scotty Nguyen as we attempt to play down to a winner today. The Amazon blue section is pretty crowded today with the 6-max and the $1,500 also in the area.
Play will be starting at 3pm.