Event #61:$10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha
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Event #61:$10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha
Ден 2 Приключил

Rybin, Watson Lead International Field to End Day 2

Shamus • Ниво 18: 4,000-8,000, 0 ante
Alexey Rybin
Alexey Rybin

As the exciting first Day 1 flight of the Main Event played out down the hall here at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino, the action was similarly intense in the Pavilion Room for Day 2 of Event #61: $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha. From a starting field of 386 there were 168 players back in action to start today's play, and after 10 more levels of PLO just 32 remain with Alexey Rybin of Russia leading all with a stack of 977,000.

Rybin grabbed the lead early on Day 2 and kept it for most of the afternoon and evening, only losing it briefly to Mike Watson of Canada near night's end before claiming it back. Watson ended the day with 773,000 in second position, with Johannes Strassman (Germany), Nadar Kakhmazov (Russia), and Nicolas Faure (France) not far behind.

The American Daniel Alaei and Canadian Jonathan Duhamel also will be returning to big stacks tomorrow, as will the Ukraine's Oleksii Kovalchuk who is going for his third bracelet in three years. Alex Kravchenko, Tom Marchese, Nacho Barbero, Yevgeniy Timoshenko, Stephen Chidwick, Tony Cousineau, Jared Bleznick, and Joseph Cheong will also be back to help round out a star-studded field of remaining players.

The afternoon and early evening saw the field race down to the money bubble with start-of-day-2 chip leader Matt O'Donnell and NBA star Paul Pierce among those falling prior to dinner and not too far from the cash. Once just 46 remained, super short stack Jamie Pickering helped add an extra half-hour to the day by nursing his last chips for an extra orbit's worth of hand-for-hand play only to stone bubble the event.

From there Peter Jetten (44th), Scott Seiver (42nd), and Marcel Luske (41st) were among the min-cashers, with Matt Giannetti being the last elimination of the night in 33rd place.

As suggested above, the remaining field is truly indicative of poker's global reach, with players from Russia, Canada, Germany, France, Ukraine, Argentina, Ireland, Netherlands, Norway, Latvia, the United Kingdom, and the United States still remaining.

Play resumes tomorrow at 2 p.m. — that's Pacific time for all of those following from around the world. Come back then to follow all of the action as we discover who among these 32 will be winning the last preliminary bracelet of the 2013 WSOP.

Тагове: Alexey Rybin

Official End-of-Day Counts

[user101598] • Ниво 18: 4,000-8,000, 0 ante
Alexey Rybin ru
Alexey Rybin
ru 977,000 57,000
Mike Watson ca
Mike Watson
ca 773,000 -37,000
Johannes Strassmann DE
Johannes Strassmann
DE 744,000 84,000
Nadar Kakhmazov ru
Nadar Kakhmazov
ru 692,000 77,000
Nicolas Faure FR
Nicolas Faure
FR 680,000 50,000
Daniel Alaei us
Daniel Alaei
us 676,000 16,000
Jonathan Duhamel ca
Jonathan Duhamel
ca 664,000 -11,000
Gjergj Sinishtaj us
Gjergj Sinishtaj
us 478,000 238,000
Philippe Clerc FR
Philippe Clerc
FR 406,000 71,000
Oleksii Kovalchuk ua
Oleksii Kovalchuk
ua 405,000 -250,000
Alex Kravchenko ru
Alex Kravchenko
ru 399,000 39,000
Tom Marchese us
Tom Marchese
us 354,000 -16,000
[Removed:146] FR
[Removed:146]
FR 327,000 77,000
Nacho Barbero ar
Nacho Barbero
ar 315,000 -20,000
Mark Davis us
Mark Davis
us 301,000 -99,000
Daniel Merkus NL
Daniel Merkus
NL 296,000 41,000
Numit Agrawal US
Numit Agrawal
US 275,000 -55,000
James Wiese US
James Wiese
US 271,000 -64,000
Andy Miller us
Andy Miller
us 261,000 131,000
Yevgeniy Timoshenko ua
Yevgeniy Timoshenko
ua 259,000 -86,000
Stephen Chidwick gb
Stephen Chidwick
gb 255,000 135,000
Jan Collado de
Jan Collado
de 238,000 196,000
Sean Dempsey us
Sean Dempsey
us 207,000 7,000
Michael Schwartz us
Michael Schwartz
us 204,000 -1,000
Morten Stenheim NO
Morten Stenheim
NO 182,000 -23,000

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Three More Hands

[user101598] • Ниво 18: 4,000-8,000, 0 ante

The remaining 32 players will now player three more hands before bagging and tagging for the evening.

Lehr, Semin, and Giannetti Don't Survive

[user101598] • Ниво 18: 4,000-8,000, 0 ante

After calling a raise of 20,000 from Sean Dempsey, Keith Lehr check-raised all in from the blinds on a flop of {a-Diamonds}{j-Hearts}{j-Clubs}. Dempsey snap-called, having flopped a full house.

Dempsey: {a-Spades}{a-Hearts}{q-Clubs}{10-Hearts}
Lehr: {q-Spades}{j-Diamonds}{6-Spades}{5-Diamonds}

Lehr had an out to make quads, but the turn and river both brought red kings, and he was eliminated. Dempsey chipped up to 200,000.

On other tables, Mikhail Semin and Matt Giannetti were eliminated by Alexey Rybin and Alex Kravchenko respectively. Rybin now sits with 920,000 chips, while Kravchenko is up to 360,000.

Giannetti provided the following on Twitter:

Matt GiannettiJust busted 10k PLO after playing 350k pot all in on the flop vs 4 outter w/7 cards to have him dead, crippled after that then ship KKintoAA
Alexey Rybin ru
Alexey Rybin
ru 920,000 340,000
Alex Kravchenko ru
Alex Kravchenko
ru 360,000 100,000
Sean Dempsey us
Sean Dempsey
us 200,000 60,000
Matt Giannetti us
Matt Giannetti
us Отпаднал
Keith Lehr us
Keith Lehr
us Отпаднал
Mikhail Semin ru
Mikhail Semin
GGPoker Team Russia
ru Отпаднал

Тагове: Alex KravchenkoAlexey RybinKeith LehrMatt GiannettiMikhail SeminSean Dempsey

Duhamel More-Than-Doubles

Shamus • Ниво 18: 4,000-8,000, 0 ante

Following a Jonathan Duhamel open from middle position and a call from Jared Bleznick on the button, Mike Watson reraised to 85,000 from the blinds and both Duhamel and Bleznick called.

The flop came {2-Clubs}{6-Clubs}{J-Spades}, and Watson promptly set out two small stacks of green (25,000) chips to signify a bet of 200,000. Duhamel thought a moment, then bet all in for 202,000, and Bleznick folded. Watson called the extra couple of orange (1,000) chips, and the players showed their cards.

Duhamel: {A-Clubs}{K-Clubs}{J-Clubs}{8-Clubs}
Watson: {A-Spades}{A-Hearts}{10-Diamonds}{4-Hearts}

Duhamel was calling for a flush, and while the {10-Spades} turn didn't deliver it the {4-Clubs} river did, and Duhamel earned a big more-than-double-up as they near the end of play for the night.

Mike Watson ca
Mike Watson
ca 810,000 -170,000
Jonathan Duhamel ca
Jonathan Duhamel
ca 675,000 375,000
Jared Bleznick us
Jared Bleznick
us 220,000 -55,000

Тагове: Jared BleznickJonathan DuhamelMike Watson

Nguyen, Hebden, and Roberts Exit

[user101598] • Ниво 18: 4,000-8,000, 0 ante

When we reached Table 94, Khiem Nguyen was all in and at risk with {a-}{j-}{10-}{6-} on a flop of {3-Hearts}{6-Hearts}{j-Diamonds}. Nicolas Faure had him at risk with {k-Diamonds}{k-Hearts}{q-Clubs}{7-Hearts}, and Nguyen improved to a better two pair when the {a-Diamonds} turned. Unfortunately for the German, the {8-Hearts} completed the board to give Faure a flush, and he was eliminated.

On other tabled, Elliott Hebden and Brian Roberts were eliminated with unknown action.

Nicolas Faure FR
Nicolas Faure
FR 630,000 220,000
Elliott Hebden us
Elliott Hebden
us Отпаднал
Khiem Nguyen de
Khiem Nguyen
de Отпаднал
Brian Roberts us
Brian Roberts
us Отпаднал

Тагове: Brian RobertsElliott HebdenKhiem NguyenNicolas Faure

Big One for Barbero

Shamus • Ниво 18: 4,000-8,000, 0 ante

We came on a big three-way hand involving Nacho Barbero (small blind), Alexey Rybin (middle position), and Tom Marchese (hijack seat) just now. They'd reached the turn, with a number of chips in the middle, the board showing {3-Hearts}{8-Diamonds}{6-Diamonds}{J-Hearts}, and it appearing as though the action had checked to Marchese who'd bet 42,000.

Barbero then had committed his entire stack of about 160,000 as a raise, then Rybin had repotted it and Marchese was in the tank trying to decide whether or not to commit his last 160,000 or so. Finally Marchese folded, and the other two tabled their cards.

Barbero: {K-Hearts}{10-Hearts}{9-Diamonds}{8-Clubs}
Rybin: {A-Diamonds}{K-Spades}{Q-Diamonds}{9-Hearts}

The river then brought the {7-Hearts}, making a flush for Barbero and earning him continued life in Event #61.

Alexey Rybin ru
Alexey Rybin
ru 805,000 -75,000
Nacho Barbero ar
Nacho Barbero
ar 335,000 125,000
Tom Marchese us
Tom Marchese
us 160,000 -95,000

Тагове: Alexey RybinNacho BarberoTom Marchese

Bleznick Jams the Turn

[user101598] • Ниво 18: 4,000-8,000, 0 ante

After being forced to fold to a river shove, Jared Bleznick raised to 16,000 from early position. Mike Watson called on his direct left, Jonathan Duhamel defended his big blind, and the flop fell {3-Hearts}{5-Spades}{4-Diamonds}. Duhamel checked, Bleznick continued for 36,000, and both Watson and Duhamel called. The turn was the {7-Hearts}, Duhamel checked again, and Bleznick moved all in for what looked like 175,000. Watson quickly folded, and Duhamel tank-folded as well.

Mike Watson ca
Mike Watson
ca 590,000 -30,000
Jared Bleznick us
Jared Bleznick
us 330,000 85,000
Jonathan Duhamel ca
Jonathan Duhamel
ca 300,000 -80,000

Тагове: Jared BleznickJonathan DuhamelMike Watson

Kravchenko Busts Andersson

[user101598] • Ниво 18: 4,000-8,000, 0 ante

When we reached Table 94, Fredrik Andersson was all in and at risk for his last few thousand on a flop of {k-Hearts}{2-Spades}{a-Hearts}. His opponent, Alex Kravchenko, called.

Andersson: {9-Clubs}{8-Hearts}{7-Hearts}{4-Clubs}
Kravchenko: {k-Spades}{10-Hearts}{7-Spades}{6-Hearts}

Anderson was drawing very slim, but the {9-Spades} on the turn was one of the few cards in the deck that kept him alive. He needed to make two pair or trips on the river while avoiding a hear, but he was unable to when the {3-Hearts} completed the board. Andersson was eliminated in 39th place, while Kravchenko now has 260,000 chips.

Alex Kravchenko ru
Alex Kravchenko
ru 260,000 135,000
Fredrik Andersson se
Fredrik Andersson
se Отпаднал

Тагове: Alex KravchenkoFredrik Andersson