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2016 47th Annual World Series of Poker

Thursday, June 30, 2016 to Saturday, July 02, 2016

Event #53: $1,500 Mixed PLO/8; Omaha/8; and Big O

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  • Buy-in: $1,500
  • Prizepool: $901,800
  • Entries: 668
  • Remaining: 0

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Saturday, July 2, 2016 3:02 PM Local Time

Big O

Dan Saltmarsh goes all in for 15,500 from early position and Fabrizio Gonzalez calls in the big blind to put Saltmarsh at risk. 

Saltmarsh:      
Gonzalez:      

The board runs out      

Saltmarsh has a full house for the high and ace-three for the low to scoop and double up. 

Dan Saltmarsh - 33,000 (6 bb)
Fabrizio Gonzalez - 47,000 (9 bb)

Saturday, July 2, 2016 3:01 PM Local Time

Omaha/8

The blinds post 10,000 and 20,000 and Jordan Siegel opens for 40,000 in the cutoff. Bart Hanson calls on the button and Tim Burt calls in the big blind. 

The flop is    . Burt checks, Siegel bets 20,000, Hanson calls, and Burt folds. 

The turn is the  . Siegel puts out 40,000 and Hanson says, "Call." Hanson puts out 20,000 and the dealer tells him it is 40,000. Before he puts it in, he asks for clarification on how much the bet should be. The players then realize that they had posted 10,000 and 20,000 instead of 5,000 and 10,000, which should have been the blinds. 

The floor is called over and the ruling is that they make the bets correct on that street, but they do not back up the action. Hanson puts in the 20,000 and they head to the river.

The river card is the  . Siegel checks, Hanson bets, and Siegel calls.

Hanson shows      for kings and tens, and Siegel mucks. 

Several players continue complaining about the events that had just occurred and Hanson picks up the extra-inflated pot.

Bart Hanson - 348,000 (69 bb)
Jordan Siegel - 85,000 (17 bb)

Saturday, July 2, 2016 2:50 PM Local Time

Usman Siddique relates that he made a wheel to scoop the pot that eliminated Mateus De Oliveira.

Usman Siddique - 270,000 (54 bb)
Mateus De Oliveira - Eliminated in 23rd Place ($5,639)

Saturday, July 2, 2016 2:47 PM Local Time

Big O

Jordan Siegel says that Paul Tedeschi opened for a pot-sized raise preflop, which he called, then went all in on the flop. Tedeschi had jacks up at the river, but Siegel made aces and queens to score the knockout.

Jordan Siegel - 210,000 (42 bb)
Paul Tedeschi - Eliminated in 24th Place ($5,639)

Saturday, July 2, 2016 2:44 PM Local Time

Big O

Kearns Julien raises to 17,500 on a flop of     and Keith Ferrera calls. Allan Le raises to 77,500. Julien goes all in to call and Ferrara calls as well.

Ferrera is all in on the   turn, and Le calls. Ferrera has      , Le has      . With the   river, they both make the nut low, but Ferrera has two pair and takes a substantial portion of Le's chips for his own.

Keith Ferrera - 330,000
Allan Le - 420,000
Kearns Julien - Eliminated in 25th Place ($5,639)

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Saturday, July 2, 2016 2:19 PM Local Time


 
 
Jason Somerville Eliminated in 26th Place

Big O

Jason Somerville raises to 17,500 in the cutoff. Fu-Bang Huang calls in the small blind and Usman Siddique calls in the big blind. 

The flop is    . Both blinds check and Somerville goes all in for 7,000. Huang folds and Siddique calls.

Somerville:      
Siddique:      

The turn is the   and the river is the  , giving Siddique the best hand with a straight to the nine, and sending Somerville to the rail.

Usman Siddique - 174,000 (34 bb)
Jason Somerville - Eliminated

Saturday, July 2, 2016 2:14 PM Local Time

 Big O

Steven Loube pots from late position and Fu-Bang Huang calls in the big blind. 

The flop is    . Huang bets 20,000 and Loube goes all in for a little more. Huang calls and they table their hands.

Loube:      
Huang:      

The turn is the   and the river is the  . There is no low and Huang's straight is good enough for the scoop to eliminate Loube.

Fu-Bang Huang - 207,000 (41 bb)
Steven Loube - Eliminated

Saturday, July 2, 2016 2:03 PM Local Time

This is the seating for the start of Day 3 of the Mixed Omaha tournament. All tables will begin by playing Big O.

Table 1
1 - Fabrizio Gonzalez (102,000)
2 - Gavin Smith (102,000)
3 - David Bach (49,500)
4 - Dan Saltmarsh (170,000)
5 - Mark Johns (193,500)
6 - Kate Hoang (100,000)
7 - Gary Bolden (323,500)

Table 2
1 - Jason Somerville (28,000)
2 - Mateus De Oliveira (62,000)
3 - Fu-Bang Huang (156,000)
4 - Usman Siddique (156,000)
5 - Cody Crouch (435,500)
6 - Steven Loube (45,500)
7 - Travis Redman (94,500)

Table 3
1 - Jesse Simonelli (90,000)
2 - Paul Tedeschi (138,500)
3 - Jordan Siegel (123,000)
4 - Bart Hanson (217,500)
6 - Michael Fishel (86,000)
7 - Timothy Burt (151,500)

Table 4
1 - Keith Ferrera (206,000)
2 - Allan Le (562,500)
3 - Alexey Makarov (278,000)
4 - John Monnette (531,000)
5 - Philipp Eirisch (311,500)
6 - Kearns Julien (31,500)
7 - Yuval Bronshtein (348,000)

Saturday, July 2, 2016 2:00 PM Local Time
Level:21Blinds:2,500/5,000Limits:10,000/20,000
Saturday, July 2, 2016 6:31 AM Local Time

 
Day 2 Chipleader Allan Le

Out of 668 entrants, only 27 players remain heading into Day 3. Allan Le holds the chiplead with 562,500. John Monnette is close behind with 531,000, and Cody Crouch starts the day with 435,500.

Yuval Bronshtein (348,000), Bart Hanson (217,500), Gavin Smith (102,000), Kate Hoang (100,000), and Jason Somerville (28,000) are also still in contention. 

Action resumes at 2 p.m. Saturday. There will be 15-minute breaks every two levels, with a 60-minute dinner break after Level 6, around 8:30 p.m. The eventual winner will receive a gold bracelet and a payday of $189,223.

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