Live Events 1
Event #37: $1,050 Bounty Pot Limit Omaha
Days:
1

Event Info

Buy-in $1,050
Prize Pool $971,000
Players 971

Level Info

Level 32
Blinds 120,000 / 240,000
Ante 0

Highlights

Highlights

"SpeedyDoubles" Busted

mnuwwarah • Level 23: 15,000-30,000, 0 ante

"SpeedyDoubles" got most of their stack in pre then the rest in on {a-Clubs}{8-Spades}{3-Clubs}. Unfortunately for them, "trilok" had outflopped their {q-Diamonds}{j-Diamonds}{q-Hearts}{3-Hearts}, hitting an ace with {a-Spades}{10-Clubs}{9-Diamonds}{6-Hearts}. The {9-Clubs} and {7-Clubs} failed to save the former chip leader.

trilok
trilok
2,475,000 413,000
SpeedyDoubles
SpeedyDoubles
Busted
Level:
23
Blinds:
15,000/30,000
Ante:
0

Updated Chip Counts (full)

mnuwwarah • Level 22: 12,000-24,000, 0 ante
Medved2
Medved2
2,184,000 482,000
Ronny Kaiser ch
Ronny Kaiser
ch 2,160,000 384,000
DrStrange7
DrStrange7
2,155,000 1,162,000
trilok
trilok
2,062,000 584,000
zzzumbaaa de
zzzumbaaa
de 1,942,000 765,000
Hun Lee au
Hun Lee
au 1,606,000 646,000
Craig Timmis gb
Craig Timmis
gb 1,579,000 -81,000
Drochba
Drochba
1,270,000 -365,000
Murik100
Murik100
1,145,000
Alex "rubbherducky" Difelice
Alex "rubbherducky" Difelice
950,000 337,000
Aku Joentausta fi
Aku Joentausta
fi 794,000 401,000
Paul Teoh my
Paul Teoh
my 767,000
Maxi Lehmanski de
Maxi Lehmanski
de 725,000 463,000
yoffitoffi
yoffitoffi
712,000 -552,000
ferrariii
ferrariii
664,000
Mangudai
Mangudai
559,000 -401,000
SpeedyDoubles
SpeedyDoubles
500,000 -483,000
chimpslayer
chimpslayer
492,000
Fructu
Fructu
404,000
schnitzolauf
schnitzolauf
361,000
Jeff Kirsch de
Jeff Kirsch
de 358,000 -532,000
GoldRush
GoldRush
324,000 -141,000
11Y11 VE
11Y11
VE 264,000 -385,000

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Double KO for Timmis

mnuwwarah • Level 22: 12,000-24,000, 0 ante

"seabas" got it in preflop with {k-Spades}{j-Spades}{q-}{q-}, "DonkeyTrap" was all in with {q-}{10-}{10-}{5-}, and Craig Timmis covered them both with {k-}{k-}{5-}{x-}. The board ran {5-}{7-}{3-}{2-}{a-}, so the kings held up for a double bounty.

Craig Timmis gb
Craig Timmis
gb 1,660,000 518,000
DonkeyTrap
DonkeyTrap
Busted
seabas
seabas
Busted
Level:
22
Blinds:
12,000/24,000
Ante:
0

WSOP History: Looking Back at the November (and October) Nines

mnuwwarah • Level 21: 10,000-20,000, 0 ante
2014 WSOP November Nine
2014 WSOP November Nine

No stage in poker stood as a bigger goal for a tournament player than the final table of the WSOP Main Event. For years, that meant going to sleep knowing you had the chance of a lifetime, to go down in poker history in the next few days as the cameras captured your every bet, raise and fold.

All of that changed in 2008.

The year after Jerry Yang's Main Event victory was broadcast to all on ESPN's standard tape delay, organizers made a decision to try to increase the excitement and anticipation around the final table: after the final nine was reached, play would be paused. At that point, everyone left would go home with 9th-place money and the players would reconvene a few months later to play out the final table on a short tape delay.

That lasted until 2016, and this is the history of the November (and October) Nines.

Click here to read the article about the history of the WSOP November Nine

Level:
21
Blinds:
10,000/20,000
Ante:
0

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mnuwwarah • Level 20: 8,000-16,000, 0 ante
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