The 2020 World Series of Poker Online continued on Wednesday with Event #15: $1,000 Pot-Limit Omaha 8-Max attracting a 663-entrant field which created a $629,850 prize pool. After 12 hours of play, it would be Oregon-native Guy "PhilLaak" Dunlap collecting his first WSOP bracelet and the $133,780 first-place prize. The 2020
The hijack opened to 225,000 and Anthony Zinno on the button shoved for his remaining 500,000 or so. The blinds folded and the initial raiser quickly called. Zinno had a decent enough hand with just five big blinds showing [AdQc]. Unfortunately for the bracelet and WPT champion, his opponent had [KhKd].
Brazil's Fabio Colonese opened under the gun plus one and Anthony Zinno right next to him shoved for 645,000. The action folded back to Colonese and he called. Fabio Colonese: [KcJd] Anthony Zinno: [Ah8h] The board ran out [8d9h6c] [2c] [4h] and Zinno doubled.
When we walked by, Anthony Zinno was getting up from the table. We missed the action but saw his [8hTh] in the big blind had lost to the hijack's [KhKd] on a board of [4d6sAc] [6c] [7c]. Zinno started the day with 31 big blinds today, but now all of those
We saw Anthony Zinno get up from his seat and make his way to the exit. Former table mate Jake Daniels told us that Zinno had run top-pair and top kicker with [AxKx] into his opponent's flopped set of fives. Zinno can still reenter if he so pleases, with registration
Robert Heidorn and Fabrizio Gonzalez were seen sitting down for their second try of the day. Anthony Zinno is a force to be reckoned with as well, he's on his first bullet.
Last year's partypoker MILLIONS South America Main Event winner Marty Mathis now leads the 2020 edition's Super High Roller. Mathis, a player with legendary status, known as "TheLipoFund" online, bagged 4.315 million in chips as fifteen players survived Day 1 of the $25,500 buy-in two-day event. Play got underway in Uruguay's
Anthony Zinno was eliminated after three-bet jamming with [ah9h] from the button. He was called by initial raiser James Romero from the hijack with [acqc]. The board fell [tstd2djh6c] and Zinno was eliminated from the tournament by Romero.
Down to just over a single big blind, Sergio Iralasky moved in from under the gun plus one. Anthony Zinno in the hijack raised to 120,000 and Felix Bleiker shoved for 175,000 from the cutoff. The button and both blinds folded, Zinno called. Sergio Iralasky: [9x2x] Anthony Zinno: [AdTh] Felix Bleiker: [9s9c] After all
Sergio Iralasky limped from the button with [7h7c] and Anthony Zinno bumped it up to 50,000. Iralasky called and the two players saw the [4h4c3c] flop. Zinno continued with a bet of 60,000 and a quick call by Iralasky followed. The turn was the [8h] and both checked quickly. The [9h] completed