It's the event that everyone wants to win in their professional poker career - the World Series of Poker bracelet event. But which big names haven't won a WSOP bracelet? There are some big names yet to grab gold, and you might be surprised at who has missed out over the
Jake Schindler limped in from the small blind and Sam Greenwood checked his option in the big before the flop brought out [5cQc9h]. Schindler bet 12,000 on the flop and Greenwood called. On the turn, the [Ah] hit and Schindler bet 28,000, which Greenwood thought was 23,000, and he made the call. The
Surprisingly, there has still not been any elimination despite players starting with 100 big blinds in this Pot Limit Omaha tournament. The board showed [2s3cJd5s3s] when Jake Schindler bet 2,500 and Anson Tsang raised to 11,000. After a few seconds, Schindler called but only to muck when he was showed [QsQh3h6d].
The opening event of the British Poker Open is down to the final table, after Elio Fox busted to Alex Foxen in 10th place. The battle of late entrants ended with Foxen calling Fox's 53,000 chip shove, after the reigning GPI Player of the Year opened to 12,000 from middle position.
Play is back underway after an extended dinner break and the table draw is now as following with 21 total entries and 11 remaining players. Seat Table 1 Table 2 1 Elio Fox Robert Flink 2 Luc Greenwood Cary Katz 3 Jake Schindler Mike Watson 4 Stephen Chidwick Sam Soverel 5 Manig Loeser Sam Grafton 6 Steve O'Dwyer
The remaining 8 players just completed Level 9 and are now on a 90-minute dinner break. Registration will remain open through the recess and when play resumes, just before 8:00 PM local time, the field will be finalized. When play does resume, we expect Event #1 to expand back to two
The first six levels of the British Poker Open is in the books. Mike Watson still leads, but there has been movement below him on the leaderboard. Most of that movement has occurred on Table 1, where Robert Flink and Cary Katz have built their stacks over 200,000. At Watson's table, Stephen Chidwick,
Back-to-back hands swung Joao Vieira's stack and both involved Jake Schindler. In the first, Schindler opened the button and Vieira, who was in the big blind, shoved for just under a starting stack. Schindler called, putting his tournament life and final 67,000 on the line. Schindler was flipping for that tournament life,