Event 3: David May – 8th Place ($924)

$360 H.O.R.S.E. (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 19: 10,000/20,000 Limits
Players Remaining: 7 of 88

David May

Razz

Pete Walsworth: [x][x]/ 7x4x9x9x / [x]
David May: [x][x] / AxKx8xQx [x]

David May completed with an ace and Pete Walsworth called with a seven. On fourth street, Walsworth took the lead with a 7-4 and bet. May called.

On fifth, May hit an eight and Walsworth a nine. Walsworth bet and May went all in for less than a full raise. Walsworth winced, but called.

Walsworth showed 6x4x in the hole and paired on fourth street. May tabled 6x5x and was in the lead with a king-low and a draw to an eight.

Walsworth paired on sixth, while May caught a queen. May paired on the river and Walsworth hit a three on the river. Walsworth won the pot with a nine-low and May busted in eighth for $924.

Pete Walsworth – 340,000
David May – Eliminated 

Event 3: Dale Phillips – 9th Place ($851)

$360 H.O.R.S.E. (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 19: 10,000/20,000 Limits
Players Remaining: 8 of 88

Dale Phillips

Omaha Hi-Lo 

On a flop of 9h3d2d, Dale Phillips checked from the small blind and Jacobo Fernandez checked from the big blind. Mike Soroka bet from the cutoff and Phillips called, all in for 10,000. Fernandez called as well.

The turn was the 8h and Fernandez checked. Soroka bet and Fernandez folded.

Soroka showed Ad6c4c3h, good for the nut low and a pair of threes. Phillips tabled AcKh6s5h, for a worse low and a straight draw. The river didn’t change anything and Soroka scooped both halves of the pot with the nut low and a pair.

Phillips hit the rail in ninth place, for $851 and the final eight players were all credited with making the final table.

Mike Soroka – 200,000
Dale Phillips – Eliminated 

Event 3: Chris Hannon Doubles Through Pete Walsworth

$360 H.O.R.S.E. (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 19: 10,000/20,000 Limits
Players Remaining: 9 of 88

Omaha Hi-Lo 

Pete Walsworth raised from the hijack and Chris Hannon three-bet on the button. Walsworth four-bet and Hannon capped it, leaving himself with just 6,000 behind.

The flop was Ac9c7d and they got the last of the chips into the middle.

Hannon showed AhAsJd5h and was in great shape against Walsworth’s Ad2s2dKs.

The turn was the 5c and the river was the Kc. Hannon doubled up at the expense of the chip leader.

Chris Hannon – 127,000
Pete Walsworth – 290,000

 

Event 3: Pete Walsworth Leads Unofficial Final Table

$360 H.O.R.S.E. (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 18: 8,000/16,000 Limits
Players Remaining: 9 of 88

HORSE Final Table

With nine players remaining in the $360 HORSE, the players have redrawn for seats at the unofficial final table.

Everybody is guaranteed a cash of at least $851, and the last man standing will walk away with $8,314. With one more elimination, the final eight players will be credited a SHRPO final table.

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

Seat 1: John Cernuto – 124,000
Seat 2: David May – 44,000
Seat 3: Pete Walsworth – 357,000
Seat 4: James Gunter – 83,000
Seat 5: Chris Hannon – 29,000
Seat 6: Mike Soroka – 203,000
Seat 7: Jeff Green – 107,000
Seat 8: Dale Phillips – 30,000
Seat 9: Jacobo Fernandez – 78,000

Event 3: Pete Walsworth Looking for Wins in Consecutive Days

$360 H.O.R.S.E. (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 17: 6,000/12,000 Limits
Players Remaining: 13 of 88

Pete Walsworth

Pete Walsworth won the $360 Omaha hi-lo event last night to take home the first trophy of the 2018 Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open and he’s back at it again today.

With 13 players remaining in the $360 HORSE, Walsworth is leading the way again with 140,000. With the top 11 spots finishing in the money, they are one elimination from hand-for-hand play.

A min-cash is worth $738 and the eventual winner will walk away with $8,314. Walsworth earned $8,300 in a heads-up chop with Phil Hui in yesterday’s event.