Event 9: Jose Beznos – 7th Place ($45,307)

$570 No Limit Hold’em Deep Stack Re-Entry
Level 35: 150,000/300,000 with a 50,000 ante
Players Remaining: 7 of 2,923
Average Stack: 8,350,000 (28 big blinds)

Jose Beznos (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
Jose Beznos (Sao Paulo, Brazil)

Jose Beznos tournament came to an end in two quick hands after the break. The first came when he had Casey Kaplan all-in and at risk with Ad4h against Kaplan’s QdQs. The board ran dry 7d6h4s6c3d to give Caplan the double and knock Beznos under five big blinds.

He moved all-in on the next hand and Ruslan Dykshteyn called in the big blind without looking. Beznos was ahead with Kc7d against 6h3s until Dykshteyn hist the Th9d3c flop. The Qs turn and Ts were no help and Beznos was gone in 7th place.

Jose Beznos – Eliminated in 7th place ($45,307)
Casey Kaplan – 6,200,000 (21 bb)
Ruslan Dykshteyn – 7,500,000 (25 bb)

Event 9: Mizrachi Moves Up Top

$570 No Limit Hold’em Deep Stack Re-Entry
Level 35: 150,000/300,000 with a 50,000 ante
Players Remaining: 7 of 2,923
Average Stack: 8,350,000 (28 big blinds)

Robert Mizrachi (left) versus Joel Dickerson (right)
Robert Mizrachi (left) versus Joel Dickerson (right)

Robert Mizrachi came back from break and went on a little tear. He’s nearing 20 million without a showdown. Some from Darren Rabinowitz and the last chunk from Joel Dickerson with an uncalled 1.5 million bet with the board reading AcJh4s5d.

Robert Mizrachi – 19,250,000 (64 bb)

Event 9: Break Time Counts

$570 No Limit Hold’em Deep Stack Re-Entry
Level 35: 150,000/300,000 with a 50,000 ante
Players Remaining: 7 of 2,923
Average Stack: 8,350,000 (28 big blinds)

2016 Showdown Team Mizrachi
Team Mizrachi and a Chance

Players took a quick 15-minute break and are now back in action. Darren Rabinowitz leads the way with Robert Mizrachi not far behind. He has Team Mizrachi sitting on the rail while Chance Kornuth is here supporting Rabinowitz.

Seat 1: Joel Dickerson – 6,375,000 (21 bb)
Seat 2: Jose Beznos – 5,700,000 (19 bb)
Seat 3: Casey Kaplan – 7,300,000 (24 bb)
Seat 4: Empty
Seat 5: Darren Rabinowitz – 11,000,000 (37 bb)
Seat 6: Safiya Umerova – 9,000,000 (30 bb)
Seat 7: Empty
Seat 8: Ruslan Dykshteyn – 8,650,000 (29 bb)
Seat 9: Rob Mizrachi – 10,725,000 (36 bb)

Event 9: Ory Hen – 8th Place ($30,692)

$570 No Limit Hold’em Deep Stack Re-Entry
Level 34: 125,000/250,000 with a 25,000 ante
Players Remaining: 8 of 2,923
Average Stack: 7,300,000 (29 big blinds)

Ory Hen (Cooper City, FL)
Ory Hen (Cooper City, FL)

Ory Hen and Joel Dickerson were heads up to the 4c3d2s flop when Hen moved all-in for his final 1,550,000.

Dickerson called with ace-high As9h and was ahead of Hen’s 7d5d. Hen had ten outs to stay alive before he blanked the 3h turn and Jh river to go out in 8th place.

Ory Hen – Eliminated in 8th place ($30,692)
Joel Dickerson – 6,375,000 (26 bb)

Event 9: Jonathan Ruiz – 9th Place ($21,923)

$570 No Limit Hold’em Deep Stack Re-Entry
Level 34: 125,000/250,000 with a 25,000 ante
Players Remaining: 9 of 2,923
Average Stack: 6,500,000 (26 big blinds)

Jonathan Ruiz (Alafaya, FL)
Jonathan Ruiz (Alafaya, FL)

Jonathan Ruiz had a nice stack to start the final table but he shipped most of his stack over Jose Beznos to become the short stack. He faded a jump up the payout ladder when Rich Meyer was eliminated but he had to take a soon one hand later.

He was all-in and at risk with 7d3d against Ruslan Dykshteyn’s KsJh then flopped a world of draws on the 6d5h2d board. The 6s turn was no help and he missed all 18 outs on the 9h river to go out in 9th place.

Jonathan Ruiz – Eliminated in 9th place ($21,923)
Ruslan Dykshteyn – 7,500,000 (30 bb)