$360 Six-Max No Limit Hold’em (Single Re-Entry) Structure Level 14: 2,000/3,000 with a 3,000 ante Player Remaining: 7 of 108
The Six-Max tournament is down to its final table with seven players remaining. Hamid Kashvani leads the way and Raminder Singh is going for his second trophy of the series.
Seat 1: Raminder Singh – 223,500
Seat 2: Jose Costanzo – 191,500 Seat 3: Mitchell Lekarczyk – 115,000 Seat 4: Matt Silva – 263,500 Seat 5: Ray D’Argenio – 130,000 Seat 6: Lukas Pribyl – 72,500 Seat 7: Hamid Kashvani – 296,000
1st: $8,790 + Trophy
2nd: $5,715 3rd: $3,825 4th: $2,640 5th: $1,880 6th: $1,380 7th: $1,050
$360 Mixed Omaha (Re-Entry) Structure | Payouts Level 18: 3,000/6,000 Players Remaining: 6 of 66 Mike Soroka Big O
It was a battle of the blinds between Andrew Woodmancey in the small blind and Mike Soroka in the big blind.
On the turn, with the board reading
, Woodmancey bet 24,000 and Soroka moved all in for about 80,000. Woodmancey called.
, giving him the nut straight, and was up against Soroka’s . The river was the Jh and Soroka thought for a second that he rivered a chop, but Woodmancey improved to a king-high straight.
Soroka was eliminated in seventh and took home $850 for his efforts, while Woodmancey moved into the chip lead.
Andrew Woodmancey – 200,000
Mike Soroka – Eliminated
$360 Mixed Omaha (Re-Entry) Structure | Payouts Level 18: 3,000/6,000 Players Remaining: 7 of 66 Big O
Andrew Woodmancey limped in from middle position and Mike Soroka limped in from the hijack. Scotter Clark moved all in from the cutoff for 12,500 and was called by both Woodmancey and Soroka.
Woodmancey and Soroka checked the rest of the hand down. They failed to create a side pot as the board ran out
and both of his opponents both mucked. Clark tripled up with trip threes.
Scotter Clark – 46,500
Andrew Woodmancey – 158,000 Mike Soroka – 91,000
$360 Mixed Omaha (Re-Entry) Structure | Payouts Level 17: 2,500/5,000 Players Remaining: 7 of 66 Big O
On a flop
, Mike Soroka moved all in out of the small blind for 20,500 and Gabriel Ramos called from under the gun. Andrew Woodmancey potted it, making it 126,000 on the button.
“Let’s flip for it all,” said Woodmancey to Ramos, the two biggest stacks at the table.
Ramos eventually folds and Woodmancey shows
and was up against Soroka’s .
The turn was the
and the river was the . Soroka tripled up with the king-high flush against Woodmancey’s queen-high flush.
Mike Soroka – 105,000
Andrew Woodmancey – 113,000
$360 Mixed Omaha (Re-Entry) Structure | Payouts Level 16: 2,000/4,000 Players Remaining: 7 of 66 Leif Force Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo
Leif Force raised to 14,000 from the hijack and Andrew Woodmancey called from the cutoff. Force moved all in dark for about 10,000 and the flop came
. Woodmancey called.
“That’s good for me,” said Force.
, good for a pair of kings, the nut flush draw and the nut low draw. He was up against Woodmancey’s , giving him a worse flush draw, a worse low draw, but a pair of aces.
The turn was the
and the river was the . Force’s low draw was counterfeited and he missed his clubs.
Woodmancey took the whole pot with a pair of aces and a seven-low to eliminate Force in eighth place at his third final table of the series.
Andrew Woodmancey – 144,000
Leif Force – Eliminated
$360 Mixed Omaha (Re-Entry) Structure | Payouts Level 16: 2,000/4,000 Players Remaining: 8 of 66 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo
Andrew Woodmancey raised to 8,000 on the button and Scotter Clark called out of the big blind.
Clark checked a flop of
and Woodmancey bet 10,500. Clark called and the turn was the .
Both players checked the turn and the
came on the river. Clark bet 20,000 and Woodmancey called.
, good for the nut flush and the wheel. Woodmancey mucked his hand and Clark took the pot.
Scotter Clark – 135,000
Andrew Woodmancey – 120,000
$360 Mixed Omaha (Re-Entry) Structure | Payouts Level 16: 2,000/4,000 Players Remaining: 8 of 66 $360 Mixed Omaha Final Table
With about 28 minutes remaining in the current level, the $360 mixed Omaha reached its final table and the final eight players have redrawn for seats at the final table.
Everybody is guaranteed a cash of at least $710, but at the end of the night, the last man standing will walk away with $6,255.
Here is a look at the seat draw and chip counts for the final table:
Seat 1: Zack Milchman – 65,000
Seat 2: Mike Beasley – 50,000 Seat 3: Leif Force – 27,500 Seat 4: Andrew Woodmancey – 165,000 Seat 5: Mike Soroka – 45,500 Seat 6: Scotter Clark – 80,000 Seat 7: Gabriel Ramos – 182,000 Seat 8: Josh Zur – 55,500