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2012 43rd Annual World Series of Poker The Official WSOP Live Updates

Thursday, June 29, 2017 to Saturday, July 01, 2017

Event #57: $2,500 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better/Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better Mix

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  • Buy-in: $2,500
  • Prizepool: $911,250
  • Entries: 405
  • Remaining: 0

EVENT UPDATES

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Saturday, July 1, 2017 3:45 PM Local Time
Luneau Releases

Omaha Hi-Lo

Alex Luneau raised to 40,000 from under the gun and Larry Tull called in the small blind and checked the     flop.

Luneau bet 20,000 and Tull called before he checked the   on the turn.

Luneau bet 40,000 and Tull check-raised to 80,000. Luneau released and dropped to 155,000 as Tull moved up to 1.3 million.

Larry Tull1,335,000266,000
Alex Luneau155,000-100,000
Saturday, July 1, 2017 3:44 PM Local Time
Mon Wins One

Omaha Hi-Lo

Samoeun Mon limped in from under the gun and Jameson Painter completed from the small blind as Larry Tull checked.

Mon bet 20,000 on the     flop and both Tull and Painter folded.

Mon flashed his    and moved up to 455,000.

Samoeun Mon455,00065,000
Saturday, July 1, 2017 3:39 PM Local Time
Sirisakorn Has It Again

Omaha Hi-Lo

Jared Bleznick leaned over to his left, checking Smith Sirisakorn's and Jameson Painter's stacks. Then he raised from the button and both blinds called.

Bleznick continued on the     flop and both Sirisakorn and Painter called again.

The   turn and the   river were both checked through.

"Full house," Sirisakorn announced with a voice of a convinced winner. He rolled over his      and both of his opponents mucked.

Smith Sirisakorn1,150,000100,000
Jared Bleznick650,000-70,000
Jameson Painter560,000-60,000
Saturday, July 1, 2017 3:30 PM Local Time
Unofficial Final Table Redraw

There are roughly 36 minutes remaining in this level and here is how the unofficial final table of nine is seated:

SeatPlayerCountryChip Count
1John SorgenUnited States400,000
2Barry GreensteinUnited States250,000
3Bonnie RossiUnited States180,000
4Jared BleznickUnited States720,000
5Smith SirisakornUnited States1,050,000
6Jameson PainterUnited States620,000
7Larry TullUnited States1,069,000
8Samoeun MonUnited States390,000
9Alex LuneauFrance255,000
Larry Tull1,069,0000
Smith Sirisakorn1,050,000-150,000
Jared Bleznick720,000170,000
Jameson Painter620,00055,000
John Sorgen400,000-25,000
Samoeun Mon390,000-50,000
Alex Luneau255,00040,000
Barry Greenstein250,00040,000
Bonnie Rossi180,00060,000
Saturday, July 1, 2017 3:29 PM Local Time
Naoya Kihara Eliminated in 10th Place ($13,662)

Naoya Kihara - 10th place

Stud Hi-Lo

Naoya Kihara lost a big pot to Jameson Painter on the previous hand where he folded fifth street to a Painter bet and would be left with just one big bet.

After Painter brought it in, Larry Tull completed to 20,000 before Naoya Kihara raised all in for his last 36,000. Painter called, as did Tull. Tull bet fourth and fifth streets with Painter calling once, and then folding fifth.

Painter:    /     (folded on fifth)
Tull:    /    
Kihara:    /    

On sixth, Tull caught the   and Kihara the   to be left drawing dead.

On seventh, Tull found the   and Kihara the  , and he would be eliminated in 10th place for a $13,662 payday.

Larry Tull1,069,0000
Naoya Kihara00
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Saturday, July 1, 2017 3:29 PM Local Time
Rossi Quarters Bleznick

Omaha Hi-Lo

Cards were up on the river with the board reading      . Bonnie Rossi was all in against Jared Bleznick, although it wasn't clear when the chips went in.

Rossi:     
Bleznick:     

Both players made a wheel for the nut low, but Rossi had a six-high straight to take three-quarters of the pot.

Jared Bleznick550,000-50,000
Bonnie Rossi120,00040,000
Saturday, July 1, 2017 3:25 PM Local Time
Rossi Keeps Falling

Stud Hi-Lo

Bonnie Rossi opted to complete with the   and Smith Sirisakorn called with the  .

Rossi received a king on fourth and bet again. Smith stuck around.

Fifth street saw Sirisakorn hit a king as well, and he led out. Rossi shook her head and laid down.

Rossi:    /     (folded on fifth)
Sirisakorn:    /    

Smith Sirisakorn1,200,000100,000
Bonnie Rossi80,000-65,000
Saturday, July 1, 2017 3:18 PM Local Time
Updated Chip Counts from Table 2
Smith Sirisakorn1,100,00050,000
Jared Bleznick600,000-100,000
John Sorgen425,00025,000
Barry Greenstein210,000-160,000
Bonnie Rossi145,000-125,000
Saturday, July 1, 2017 3:17 PM Local Time
Mon Chops Up Luneau and Kihara

Omaha Hi-Lo

Naoya Kihara raised to 40,000 from under the gun and both Samoeun Mon and Alex Luneau called from the button and small blind, respectively.

The flop fell     and Mon bet out 20,000 with both Luneau and Kihara check-calling.

The turn of the   was checked through as the   landed on the river.

Luneau and Kihara checked to Mon who bet 40,000 as both Luneau and Kihara called.

Mon tabled his      for queens up and the nut low as Luneau tabled his      for the same nut low. Kihara tabled his      for the same nut low also, and it would be Mon winning the lion's share of this pot — two-thirds, to be exact.

Samoeun Mon440,000110,000
Alex Luneau250,000-45,000
Naoya Kihara200,000-60,000
Saturday, July 1, 2017 3:14 PM Local Time
Updated Chip Counts From Table 1
Larry Tull890,000-30,000
Jameson Painter565,00010,000
Samoeun Mon330,000170,000
Alex Luneau295,000-170,000
Naoya Kihara260,00025,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Saturday, July 1, 2017 3:09 PM Local Time
Mikhail Semin Eliminated in 11th Place ($10,748)

Mikhail Semin

Omaha Hi-Lo

Mikhail Semin raised from the button and his neighbour Smith Sirisakorn reraised. Semin called and paid another bet on the     flop.

The turn was the   and Sirisakorn fired again. Semin put in all his chips, making it just 2,000 more. Sirisakorn threw in the extra pennies.

"You got it?" Semin asked.

"Yes," replied Sirisakorn, turning up his      for the nut-flush.

Semin showed     , hoping for another low card to chop the pot. The river  , however, brought him zero help, and Semin departed in 11th place.

Smith Sirisakorn1,240,000140,000
Mikhail Semin0-120,000
Saturday, July 1, 2017 3:02 PM Local Time
Sirisakorn Takes from Rossi

Omaha Hi-Lo

Bonni Rossi was in the big blind, leading out on the      turn. Cutoff Smith Sirisakorn called.

The   completed the board and Rossi opted for checking. Sirisakorn placed in one more bet and Rossi called quickly.

"I have a set," Sirisakorn said, turning over his      for a turned set. Rossi showed her      for flopped two pairs, conceding the pot to Sirisakorn who extended his chip lead.

Smith Sirisakorn1,100,000120,000
Bonnie Rossi270,000-70,000
Saturday, July 1, 2017 2:59 PM Local Time
Chad Eveslage Eliminated in 12th Place ($10,748)

Chad Eveslage - 12th place

Stud Hi-Lo

Alex Luneau had the bring-in and Chad Eveslage completed to 15,000. Larry Tull raised and Naoya Kihara called before Eveslage called all in for 21,000. Tull proceded to bet every street thereafter with Kihara calling him down.

Eveslage:    /      /  
Tull:    /      /  
Kihara:    /      /  

On seventh after his bet was called, Tull revealed his     and Kihara tabled his     to see the side pot chopped.

Once Eveslage revealed his    , he would be eliminated in 12th place for a $10,748 payday as Kihara and Tull chopped the main pot also.

Chad Eveslage0-24,000
Saturday, July 1, 2017 2:58 PM Local Time
Eveslage Crippled to One Big Bet

Stud Hi-Lo

Chad Eveslage had the bring-in and Alex Luneau completed. Eveslage raised to 30,000 and Luneau called. Eveslage bet every street with Luneau calling each time.

Luneau:    /      /  
Evesalge:    /      /  

After Eveslage's bet was called on seventh street, he tabled his     for a pair of aces.

Luneau revealed his     for two-pair, and he was pushed the pot as Evesalge was left with less then one big bet.

Alex Luneau465,000-105,000
Chad Eveslage24,000-136,000
Saturday, July 1, 2017 2:57 PM Local Time
Tull Clips Eveslage

Stud Hi-Lo

Catching the action on fifth street, Chad Eveslage checked to Larry Tull and he bet. Evesalge called, and that same betting action was repeated on sixth street.

Eveslage:    /      /  
Tull:    /      /  

Both players checked seventh and Tull tabled his     to scoop Eveslage when he mucked.

Larry Tull920,000130,000
Chad Eveslage160,000-168,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Saturday, July 1, 2017 2:56 PM Local Time
Sorgen Doubles with Boat over Boat

Stud Hi-Lo

There were many bets lying in front of Mikhail Semin and John Sorgen when they approached sixth street. Sorgen ended up all in and, while the process brought some confusion, Semin ended all discussions, saying, "It's OK, I call."

Sorgen:    /     
Semin:    /     

While Semin had a strong hand, it was a frustrating showdown for him. Semin's full house was topped by Sorgen's, and the Russian player had only a thin chance to escape the damage. Semin hoped for the remaining five, but he peeled another river card instead, leaving Sorgen with a double.

John Sorgen400,000150,000
Mikhail Semin120,000-230,000
Saturday, July 1, 2017 2:52 PM Local Time
Eveslage and Kihara Chop

Omaha Hi-Lo

From the button, Chad Eveslage raised and Naoya Kihara called.

The flop fell     and Kihara checked to Eveslage who bet 15,000. Kihara check-raised to 30,000 and Eveslage called as the turn landed the  .

Kihara bet and Eveslage called as the   completed the board on the river.

Kihara checked, Eveslage bet, and Kihara called, tabling his      for the low as Eveslage tabled his      for the high.

Saturday, July 1, 2017 2:50 PM Local Time
Sirisakorn Closing on a Mill-Ball

Smith Sirisakorn has been running over his table during today's first level, scooping the vast majority of the pots he contests. Sirisakorn recently took down a four-way stud hi-lo hand, forcing three folds with a bet on fifth street. He's now approaching the 1M-chip mark.

Smith Sirisakorn980,000200,000
Saturday, July 1, 2017 2:44 PM Local Time
Painter Scoops

Stud Hi-Lo

Naoya Kihara had the bring-in and Jameson Painter completed next to act. Chad Eveslage called, as did Larry Tull. On fourth, Kihara bet and all three players called.

On fifth, Kihara bet, Painter called, Eveslage folded, and Tull called before sixth street was checked through.

Kihara:    /      /  
Painter:    /      /  
Eveslage:    /     (folded on fifth)
Tull:    /      /  

On seventh, Kihara bet and only Painter called.

Kihara announced two pairs and Painter immediately revealed his     for kings-up and Kihara mucked.

Larry Tull790,000-30,000
Jameson Painter555,000150,000
Chad Eveslage328,000-37,000
Naoya Kihara235,00065,000
Saturday, July 1, 2017 2:44 PM Local Time
Updated Chip Counts from Table 2
Smith Sirisakorn780,000230,000
Jared Bleznick570,000-109,000
Barry Greenstein370,00020,000
Mikhail Semin350,000-70,000
Bonnie Rossi340,000-25,000
John Sorgen250,000-45,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander