Event 22: Jake Liebeskind – 9th Place ($2,625)

$1,100 Pot Limit Omaha 8 (Single Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 15:  2,500/5,000
Players Remaining:  8 of 84

Jake Liebeskind
Jake Liebeskind

David Shmuel limped from middle position for 5,000, Phil Hui limped from the hijack, Jake Liebeskind completed the small blind, and Colby Covington raised from the big blind to 20,000. All three players called.

The flop came AhKd2h, and Liebeskind moved all in for 5,000. Covington raised to 50,000, Shmuel called, and Hui folded.

The turn card was the 3d, and both players checked.

The river card was the Js, Covington bet 100,000, Shmuel moved all in, and Covington quickly called. All three players turned over their cards.

Colby Covington:  5h4c3h2d  (wheel)
David Shmuel:  KhQdJd10h  (ace-high straight, no low)
Jake Liebeskind:  Ad10s8d7s  (pair of aces, 8-7 low)

Covington won the low side with his five-high straight, and Shmuel won the high side with his ace-high straight. Liebeskind was eliminated in ninth place.

Colby Covington  –  450,000  (90 bb)
David Shmuel  –  190,000  (38 bb)
Jake Liebeskind  –  Eliminated in 9th Place  ($2,625)

With eight players remaining from a field of 84 entries, the average chip stack is around 210,000 (42 big blinds). The remaining players are all guaranteed at least $2,850 each.