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Event #4: $1,500 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better



Heimiller Doubles Through Fuller

DegenOnTour • Level 16: 3,000-6,000, 0 ante
Dan Heimiller
Dan Heimiller

The board read {j-Spades}{9-Spades}{4-Hearts}{j-Diamonds} and Dan Heimiller put his last 6,000 in the middle. There was about 16,000 in the pot already. He was called by Richard Fuller with {a-Hearts}{7-Hearts}{7-Spades}{3-Diamonds} while Heimiller had {a-Spades}{j-Clubs}{3-Spades}{2-Diamonds}.

The river was the {k-Hearts} and Heimiller scooped the pot to secure more than a full double up.

Rick Fuller US
Rick Fuller
US 56,000 29,000
Dan Heimiller us
Dan Heimiller
us 30,000 -11,000

Tags: Dan HeimillerRichard Fuller


McNeil Continues to Spin Up a Stack on Day 2

MartianNews • Level 15: 2,500-5,000, 0 ante
Calen McNeil
Calen McNeil

Tom Love opened from late position and Calen McNeil called on the button. Eli Elezra defended his big blind, the dealer spread out {3-Spades}{4-Diamonds}{10-Clubs} on the flop and all three players checked to the {j-Diamonds} turn.

Elezra threw in a bet that was called by both Love and McNeil. A {q-Clubs} landed on the felt as a river card, action checked to McNeil, he bet and both of his opponents chucked.

McNeil grinded a shorter stack for most of the day and really started to pick up traction after the last break, pulling in multiple pots. The Victoria, BC native took down this very event in 2013 for his only WSOP bracelet and looks more than determined to do so again.

Calen McNeil ca
Calen McNeil
ca 145,000 109,000
Tom Love us
Tom Love
us 61,000 26,400
Eli Elezra il
Eli Elezra
il 55,000 37,000

Tags: Calen McNeilEli ElezraTom Love

Lin Takes From Schock

DegenOnTour • Level 15: 2,500-5,000, 0 ante

Thida Lin called 2,500 from middle position and Mitch Schock did the same from the button. The player in the big blind put in a second bet and both Lin and Schock called.

The flop was dealt {j-Spades}{6-Diamonds}{6-Clubs} and it checked to Schock on the button. He put in a bet and the player in the big blind got out of the way. Lin put in a second bet and Schock called.

The turn was the {8-Hearts} and Lin bet 5,000. Schock banged his hand on the table and he let out a big sigh as he let go of his four cards.

Thida Lin us
Thida Lin
us 52,000 -5,400
Mitch Schock us
Mitch Schock
us 17,000 900

Tags: Mitch SchockThida Lin

Altbregin Continues to Blast

MartianNews • Level 15: 2,500-5,000, 0 ante

Sergey Altbregin opened in late position and his opponent defended their big blind. The dealer fanned out {8-Clubs}{7-Diamonds}{a-Diamonds} on the flop and action checked to Altbregin, he bet and his opponent check-called.

An {a-Spades} peeled off on the turn, Altbregin had the action checked to him once more and he fired in another bet. His opponent tank-folded and Altbregin scooped in the pot.

Sergey Altbregin ru
Sergey Altbregin
ru 62,000 44,800

Tags: Sergey Altbregin

Wachtel Sends Tran Out

MartianNews • Level 15: 2,500-5,000, 0 ante

Nathaniel Wachtel moved John Tran all in on a board that showed {9-Clubs}{4-Hearts}{10-Spades}{9-Spades}{8-Spades} and Tran called for his tournament life.

Wachtel turned over {a-Spades}{q-Clubs}{10-Hearts}{10-Clubs} for a turned full house and Tran looked disappointed as he took a walk out the door,and another pot shipped to Wachtel.

Nathaniel Wachtel us
Nathaniel Wachtel
us 155,000 91,900
John Tran US
John Tran
US Busted

Tags: Nathaiel Wachtel

O'Hara Left With One Big Bet

DegenOnTour • Level 15: 2,500-5,000, 0 ante

Michael Bees raised to 5,000 from middle position and it folded all the way around to big blind Ian O'Hara. He called and the flop fell {a-Spades}{j-Diamonds}{9-Diamonds}. O'Hara lead out with a bet of 2,500 and Bees put in two bets. O'Hara put another 2,500 in the middle to call.

The {5-Spades} was dealt on the turn and O'Hara check-called a bet of 5,000. He check-folded on the {j-Spades} river leaving himself with just 5,700 behind while the pot was pushed to Bees who now has well over 100,000.

Michael Bees us
Michael Bees
us 114,000 89,700
Ian O'Hara us
Ian O'Hara
us 5,700 -16,400

Tags: Ian O'HaraMichael Bees