Event #10: $10,000 Limit Omaha Hi-Low Championship
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Event #10: $10,000 Limit Omaha Hi-Low Championship
Dan 1 Kraj

Day 1 Concludes; Dan Kelly Finishes On Top

• Level 10: 500-1,000, 0 ante
Dan Kelly Bags Chip Lead
Dan Kelly Bags Chip Lead

After playing into the wee hours of the morning, the first day of Event #10: $10,000 Limit Omaha Hi-Low Championship has come to a close! Ten full levels of play are in the books and by the end of the day it was World Series of Poker bracelet winner Dan Kelly who bagged up the largest stack. Kelly will return as the Day 2 chip lead with 146,700 in chips.

Kelly was a steady climber throughout the day and really hit his stride during the last few levels. While he bagged up the biggest stack in the room, other notable players are right on his heels and ready to compete heading into Day 2. Jeff "yellowsub" Williams bagged up what looked to be the second largest stack with 144,700 - just 2,000 chips less than Kelly. Late in the day we found Williams play a pot against Michael Mizrachi and Phil Hui where he rivered the nut flush to scoop and add a significant amount to his stack. Rounding out the top three is Abdyl Konjuhi who bagged up 137,1000.

The day began with 178 players putting up $10,000 with the hope of winning the next WSOP Championship event. By the end of the day, just 111 players remained in contention for that title. As expected, the field is stack to the brim with poker's elite. Just some of the players returning for Day 2 include Ismael Bojang (135,100), Eli Elezra (123,100), Marco Johnson (113,000), Richard Ashby (112,000), Daniel Negreanu (99,100), Nick Schulman (90,200), Matthew Ashton (64,600), Alexandre Luneau (63,700), Stephen Chidwick (50,700), Chris George (50,500), recent Event #2: $25,000 Mixed Max No-Limit Hold'em bracelet winner Vanessa Selbst (33,200), and Frank Kassela (23,800).

While all of the aforementioned players advanced onto Day 2, others were not so fortunate. Mike Matusow, Max Pescatori, Phil Ivey, Dan Shak, Matt Glantz, Chris Tryba, Alex Kravchenko, Jeff Madsen, George Danzer, and David Benyamine are just a handful of the players to hit the rail before bagging and tagging.

Play resumes on Monday at 2 p.m. in the Amazon room where the field will attempt to play down to the final table. Be sure to return to PokerNews for all of the latest updates from this tournament and all others throughout the 2014 WSOP. Until tomorrow!

The Day 2 table and seat draw can be found here.

Tagovi: Dan KellyJeff Williams

End-of-Day Chip Counts (pun)

• Level 10: 500-1,000, 0 ante
us
Dan Kelly
us 146,700 36,700
us
Jeff Williams
us 144,700 19,700
US
Abdyl Konjuhi
US 137,100 137,100
at
Ismael Bojang
at 135,100 43,100
us
Eli Elezra
us 123,100 3,100
US
Douglas Polk (Doug Polk)
US 116,400 116,400
us
Marco Johnson
us 113,000 54,000
gb
Richard Ashby
gb 112,000 65,000
us
Melissa Burr
us 110,700 5,700
us
Perry Friedman
us 100,300 68,300
ca
Daniel Negreanu
ca 99,100 39,100
us
Larry Wright
us 95,600 10,600
us
Andrew Brown
us 90,300 11,300
us
Nick Schulman
us 90,200 41,200
us
Robert Slezak
us 90,100 90,100
US
William Oneil
US 85,300 85,300
us
Scott Clements
us 83,800 9,800
US
Elie Doft
US 80,700 15,700
us
Don Nguyen
us 76,500 26,500
us
Shirley Rosario
us 75,000 18,000
us
Tom Schneider
us 74,300 34,300
ru
Viatcheslav Ortynskiy
ru 71,900 71,900
us
Erik Seidel
us 65,200 37,200
gb
Matthew Ashton
gb 64,600 14,600
fr
Alexandre Luneau
fr 63,700 -7,300

Pročitaj sve

Six More Hands

• Level 10: 500-1,000, 0 ante

Tournament staff has announced six more hands before bagging and tagging for the evening.

Williams Has Spades

• Level 10: 500-1,000, 0 ante
Jeff Williams
Jeff Williams

Jeff Williams opened the action with an under-the-gun raise and Michael Mizrachi called from middle position. It folded around to Phil Hui in the big blind and he tagged along as well.

The flop fell {6-Spades}{K-Hearts}{3-Clubs}. Hui checked, Williams continued, and Mizrachi called. Hui came over the top with a raise and both players called. The {Q-Spades} hit the turn and Hui fired out a bet. Both of his opponents called and the {J-Spades} finished off the board. Hui slowed down and tapped the table. Williams tossed out a bet and Mizrachi called. Hui let out a sigh and dropped his cards into the muck.

Williams fanned {A-Diamonds}{A-Spades}{8-Spades}{5-Diamonds} for the nut flush. Mizrachi showed {A-Hearts}{10-Diamonds}{4-Diamonds}{2-Diamonds} for a Broadway straight before his cards were picked up and dropped into the muck. Williams raked the pot and now sits on about 125,000 in chips.

us
Jeff Williams
us 125,000 66,500
us
Michael Mizrachi
us 14,000 -74,000
us
Phil Hui
us 5,500 1,500

Tagovi: Jeff WilliamsMichael MizrachiPhil Hui

Ohel Ships the Triple

• Level 10: 500-1,000, 0 ante

After a series of raises before the flop, Randy Ohel was all in for his last 3,800 against the still active Jon Turner and Larry Wright. The flop came down {Q-Diamonds}{k-Hearts}{7-Spades} and Turner led out into the side pot. Wright called and the {j-Clubs} dropped down on the turn. Turner bet again and this time Wright opted to kick in his cards. Turner picked up the side pot and his and Ohel's hands were tabled.

Ohel: {A-Hearts}{K-Diamonds}{Q-Hearts}{4-Diamonds}
Turner: {A-Diamonds}{K-Spades}{9-Diamonds}{2-Spades}

The board completed with the {8-Spades}, allowing Ohel's two pair of kings and queens to earn him the scoop. He's now sitting on 9,400. Turner, on the other hand, has dropped to 34,000.

us
Larry Wright
us 85,000 11,000
us
Jon Turner
us 34,000 -3,000
us
Randy Ohel
us 9,400 6,400

Tagovi: Jon TurnerLarry WrightRandy Ohel

Level:
10
Blinds:
500/1,000
Ante:
0

Updated Chip Counts

• Level 9: 500-1,000, 0 ante
us
Dan Kelly
us 110,000 12,000
at
Ismael Bojang
at 92,000 -8,000
us
Andrew Brown
us 79,000 -21,000
fr
Alexandre Luneau
fr 71,000 3,000
us
Andy Frankenberger
us 55,000 17,000
au
Jeff Lisandro
au 55,000 12,000
us
Abe Mosseri
us 52,000 -11,000
us
Don Nguyen
us 50,000 5,000
gb
Matthew Ashton
gb 50,000 12,000
us
Robert Mizrachi
us 48,000 19,000
ca
Mike Leah
ca 44,000 -13,000
au
David Steicke
au 43,000 -7,000
us
Mike Wattel
us 42,000 7,000
us
Daniel Alaei
us 41,000 10,000
us
Barry Greenstein
us 41,000 -1,000
us
Phil Galfond
us 36,000 20,000
us
Jason Mercier
us 34,000
us
Calvin Anderson
us 33,000 -8,000
us
Todd Brunson
us 31,000 -13,000
us
Shaun Deeb
us 30,000 2,000
us
Owais Ahmed
us 29,000 -6,000
us
David Baker
us 27,000 -13,000
us
Frank Kassela
us 22,000 -16,000
us
Mark Gregorich
us 10,000 -21,000
ru
Alex Kravchenko
ru Out

Pročitaj sve

Doft Takes Half, Laak Gets Quartered

• Level 9: 500-1,000, 0 ante

Elie Doft raised from under the gun and middle position player made it three bets to go. Phil Laak four-bet from the next seat over and both Doft and the middle position player called.

The trio took a monotone flop of {8-Clubs}{K-Clubs}{6-Clubs} and action checked around to the short-stacked Laak. He led out and Doft instantly raised the action. The middle position player called, Laak three-bet, Doft four-bet, and was called by both players. Laak called all in heading to the turn.

The turn was the {5-Hearts} and Doft led out. His opponent called in a side pot and the {3-Spades} finished the board. Doft bet and his opponent called once more.

Doft rolled over {7-Clubs}{5-Clubs}{6-Hearts}{2-Clubs} which was good enough to win him the high with a club flush. The middle position player showed {A-Spades}{J-Hearts}{10-Diamonds}{2-Hearts} for the nut low and Laak tabled {A-Diamonds}{K-Hearts}{9-Diamonds}{2-Spades} for the same low. Doft took the high and his two opponents chopped the low.

Doft now has about 65,000 while Laak is still representing the short stack with 6,300 in chips.

US
Elie Doft
US 65,000 5,000
us
Phil Laak
us 6,300 -1,700

Tagovi: Phil LaakElie Doft