|Блайндове||150,000 / 300,000|
The final nine players are now on a one-hour dinner break. Play will continue at 7:45 p.m.
Mark Ioli opened to 175,000 in middle position and Shannon Shorr defended the big blind.
The flop came and both players checked.
On the turn, Shorr bet 275,000 and Ioli called, and both players checked the river.
Ioli showed to take the pot as Shorr mucked.
With about 450,000 in the pot and a flop, Adam Monaghan got the rest of his 600,000 or so chips in from the big blind against Garrett Greer on the button.
Monaghan had middle pair and a gutter draw but he was up against two pair. The turn left him needing a queen or a jack to stay alive, but the completed the board to send the Aussie to the rail in 10th for $53,742.
The final nine players are now moving to the final table.
On December 14, the Wynn Winter Classic invited players to compete in the $400 Limit Omaha 8/B, a tournament that attracted 103 runners and offered up a $35,535 prize pool.
That was paid out to the top 11 finishers, meaning two players cashed but fell short of the final table. They were Joshua Rhodes and Andrew Donabedian, who each took home $959 for finishing in 11th and 10th place respectively.
2019 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event fourth-place finisher Garry Gates was at the final table, ultimately finishing in eighth place for $1,222.
With three players remaining, a deal was struck that saw poker veteran "Miami" John Cernuto take third for $5,700, Michael Parizen second for $8,543, and four-time bracelet winner and 2006 WSOP Player of the Year Jeff Madsen claim the title and $8,678 in prize money.
|1||Jeff Madsen||Las Vegas, Nevada||$8,678*|
|2||Michael Parizen||Farmington, Michigan||$8,543*|
|3||"Miami" John Cernuto||Las Vegas, Nevada||$5,700*|
|4||Shady Badran||Murray, Utah||$2,978|
|5||William Wallace||Salinas, California||$2,221|
|6||Moritz Hopfner||Las Vegas, Nevada||$1,763|
|7||David Lolis||Sugarland, Texas||$1,446|
|8||Garry Gates||Las Vegas, Nevada||$1,222|
|9||Andrew Kerstine||Henderson, Nevada||$1,066|
*Denotes three-handed deal.
Niko Koop jammed from the button with his last 885,000 and Eli Berg called from the big blind.
The board ran out with no help for Koop and the ace-high held for Berg. Koop was eliminated from the tournament in 11th place for $53,742.
The final two tables are now hand-for-hand with 10 players remaining.
Eli Berg opened to 180,000 in the hijack and Chris Frank three-bet to 520,000 on the button.
Berg showed he was willing to risk it and jammed in his stack, which caused Frank to fold and give the pot to Berg without a further fight.
Adam Monaghan raised to 140,000 from under the gun and Max Lehmanski called from the button. Garrett Greer shoved for around 700,000 from the small blind and Monaghan folded while Lehmanski called.
The board ran out and Greer's jacks held on to secure the double.