George Wolff raised to 6,000 in the hijack and Sam Snead called in the cutoff.
The flop landed and Wolff continued for 10,000. Snead called as the landed on the turn.
Wolff bet 30,000 and Snead didn’t take too long before finding a fold.
After busting the Event #1 final table, Jeremy Ausmus immediately jumped into today’s Pot Limit Omaha event. A few minutes later, he doubled through Cary Katz to quickly move up the leaderboard.
Action was picked up with the board reading and Katz check-raising to 104,000. Ausmus had continued for 18,000 and – after a few moments of thought – he put his 106,000 chip stack at risk with .
While Ausmus was at risk, he was in good shape against .
The completed the board and Ausmus doubled while Katz was left short.
George Wolff was all-in for his final 98,000 and table big stack Sam Snead called with the board reading .
Wolff flopped a straight with and he needed to hold against Snead’s .
Instead of holding, Wolff hit – as the completed the board and gave Wolff a straight flush to beat Snead’s nut flush.
When the dust settled, Wolff and Snead swapped spots on the Table 3 leaderboard.
1,000 / 2,000
Big Blind Ante
Sam Snead raises to 6,000 in middle position and Ben Yu called in the hijack. From the big blind, Alex Condon called, and then checked the flop.
Snead continued with a bet of 17,000, and Yu folded. Condon announced pot, and made it 71,000 total. Snead folded.
With the board reading , Brent Roberts check-raised to 28,000 after Tim McDermott bet 7,000.
McDermott called to see the complete the board and then he called again after Roberts bet 35,000 on the end.
Roberts tabled and he took the pot to get within touching distance of the Table 4 chip leader.
|Jorryt van Hoof||85,000||-35,000|
Todd Ivens limped under the gun before Alex Foxen raised pot in the cutoff to 9,000. From the small blind, Thai Ha announced a reraise of pot to 31,000. Ivens folded, and Foxen called all in for 21,500.
The board ran out and Ha’s top set sent Foxen to the rail.
With the board reading , Tom Marchese bet 12,000 and Michael Wood raised to 44,000.
Marchese had just over 40,000 behind and after a few moments of deliberation, Marchese shoved and Wood quickly called.
The short stack was short on outs, as Marchese held to Wood’s .
The paired the board on the river and Wood scored the knockout that also shot him near the top of the counts.
Stephen Chidwick opened to 7,000 from the hijack and Manig Loeser defended his big blind.
The flop landed and both players checked to reveal the on the turn. Loeser checked, Chidwick bet out 12,000, and Loeser folded.
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