|Blinds||300,000 / 600,000|
Players Info - Day 3
Evgeni Tourevski raised from early position and was three-bet by Sandy Sanchez on the button. Action folded back around to Tourevski, who called.
Tourevski led out on the flop and Sanchez called.
Tourevski bet again on the turn and Sanchez raised, which was enough to put Tourevski all in. Tourevski called and tabled . Sanchez held the .
The completed the board and Sanchez took down the pot with aces full and Tourevski was eliminated in 13th place.
The action went four way to the flop, with Scott Veitzer all-in for 135,000 chips.
On the flop, Pearce Arnold checked, as did Scott Baumstein, but Carl Lijewski fired one out. Both Arnold and Baumstein called.
On the turn, the action went the same way, except Baumstein bowed out.
The river saw Lijewski fire one last time. Arnold had seen enough and mucked his hand. Lijewski tabled the scoop and Veitzer headed to the payout desk to claim his 14th place prize.
Khamar Xaythavone raised from early position and was called by Yehuda Buchalter on the button.
The flop came and Xaythavone bet the rest of his chips. Buchalter called and tabled . Xaythavone held the .
The turn and river came the and respectively and Xaythavone was knocked out by Buchalter's flush.
After two days and 26 levels of play, it is Arlington Heights native Connor Drinan leading the way in Event #5: $1,500 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better. Drinan began Day 2 seventh in chips and chipped up throughout the day en route to his sizable chip lead. This afternoon, Drinan will be vying for his second WSOP gold bracelet, as well as the $163,252 that comes along with it.
Second in chips to start this the third and final day of the tournament is none other than four-time WSOP gold bracelet winner Robert Mizrachi. Mizrachi is no stranger to running deep in WSOP Events, particularly this one, as he won his third gold bracelet in this very same event back in 2015. He will be shooting for his fifth gold today, further cementing his place in WSOP History.
Alongside Drinan and Mizrachi are many other talented players, both known and unknown, each looking to make a run at the gold and cash and to solidify their place in WSOP History.
Please join us live here on PokerNews at 3:00 p.m. local time, or live here in the Amazon room, section gold, where an eventual winner will be crowned!
Final Two Tables of Event #5: $1,500 Omaha Hi/Lo 8 or Better
|421||1||Michael Moed||United States||965,000|
|421||2||Khamar Xaythavone||United States||150,000|
|421||5||Robert Mizrachi||United States||1,410,000|
|421||6||Curtis Phelps||United States||1,080,000|
|421||7||Yehuda Buchalter||United States||1,020,000|
|421||9||Connor Drinan||United States||2,415,000|
|414||1||Scott Veitzer||United States||885,000|
|414||2||Pearce Arnold||United States||1,160,000|
|414||3||Kris Kwiatkowski||United States||1,045,000|
|414||4||Sandy Sanchez||United States||1,380,000|
|414||6||Scott Baumstein||United States||900,00|
|414||7||Carl Lijewski||United States||1,095,000|
|414||8||Micah Brooks||United States||830,000|
|414||9||Travis Pearson||United States||345,000|
Day 3 started