Event 9: Michael Newman Eliminated in 8th Place ($1,328)

$360 Pot Limit Omaha Hi-Lo
Level 18: 3,000/6,000
Players Remaining: 7 of 124

Michael Newman
Michael Newman

Michael Newman raises to 21,000 under the gun and Bradley Young re-pots it 72,000 from the hijack. Action folded back to Newman, who called and was all in for about 55,000.

Newman showed AsJhJd3d and was up against Young’s AdKcQs6c.

The board ran out Kh7c5s7hTd and Newman scooped the pot with kings and sevens. Newman took home $1,328 for his finish.

Bradley Young – 450,000
Michael Newman – Eliminated 

Event 9: Benjamin Warren Doubles Through Bradley Young

$360 Pot Limit Omaha Hi-Lo
Level 18: 3,000/6,000
Players Remaining: 8 of 124

On a flop of Ah9d2d, Benjamin Warren got all in for 79,000 out of the big blind against Bradley Young in the cutoff.

Warren showed AdKd9c8h, good for the nut flush draw and top two pair, but needed to improve against Young’s Ks4h2s2c.

The turn was the As, giving Warren the nuts and the river was the 6h. Neither player had a qualifying low hand and Warren scooped the pot with aces full.

Benjamin Warren – 170,000
Bradley Young – 250,000

Event 9: Brandon Ageloff Eliminated in 9th Place ($997)

$360 Pot Limit Omaha Hi-Lo
Level 18: 3,000/6,000
Players Remaining: 8 of 124

Brandon Ageloff
Brandon Ageloff

On the river with a completed board of Jd9x6d2sAh, Brandon Ageloff is in the small blind and got all in against Bradley Young on the button.

Young showed AsJcKd4c, good for top two pair, and took the pot against Ageloff’s Ac9d4x6x, good for a worse two pair.

Ageloff was eliminated in ninth place for $997 and Young took the pot and the chip lead with eight players remaining.

Bradley Young – 330,000
Brandon Ageloff – Eliminated 

Event 9: Ross Ruby Eliminated in 10th Place ($725)

$360 Pot Limit Omaha Hi-Lo
Level 17: 2,500/5,000
Players Remaining: 9 of 124

Ross Ruby
Ross Ruby

K.O. Corl got all in preflop for 14,500 from the cutoff and was called by Andy McClure in the small blind, Bradley Young in the big blind and Ross Ruby under the gun.

There is a side pot if there is any further action and the flop is AsKc5c. McClure checked, Young checked, and Ruby potted it for 54,000. McClure folded and Young re-potted it. Ruby called and was all in for about 70,000. All three hands are tabled.

Ruby showed AdKhTd2d, giving him top two pair, Young showed 7d4c3s2c, giving him the nut low draw and flush draw, while Corl showed AcJd8c3c, good for the nut flush draw, top pair, and an eight-low draw.

The turn was the 7c, giving Young the nut low and a flush, while Corl made a better flush. The river was the 2s and Young took the whole side pot with a flush and a wheel.

Corl and Young chop up the main pot with the nut flush for Corl and a wheel for Young. Ruby is eliminated in 10th place and he took home $725.

Bradley Young – 180,000
K.O. Corl – 30,000
Ross Ruby – Eliminated 

Event 9: Unofficial Final Table

$360 Pot Limit Omaha Hi-Lo
Level 17: 2,500/5,000
Players Remaining: 10 of 124

Unofficial Final Table of Event 9
Unofficial Final Table of Event 9

There are 10 players remaining from the original 124 entries and they have redrawn for seats at the unofficial final table of 10. After the next elimination, the final nine players will get credit for making an official final table.

Here is a look at the seating arrangement and chip counts of the final 10 players:

Seat 1: Andy McClure – 157,500
Seat 2: Bradley Young – 95,500
Seat 3: Brandon Ageloff – 109,500
Seat 4: Ross Ruby – 90,000
Seat 5: Marc Levy – 217,000
Seat 6: John Holley – 99,500
Seat 7: Benjamin Warren – 88,000
Seat 8: K.O. Corl – 13,500
Seat 9: Michael Newman – 175,500
Seat 10: George Korsavin – 190,000

Here is a look at the remaining payouts:

1st: $9,972
2nd: $6,982
3rd: $4,490
4th: $3,326
5th: $2,492
6th: $1,994
7th: $1,659
8th: $1,328
9th: $997
10th: $725