Event 12: Ken Aldridge – 6th Place ($1,030)

$400 Omaha 8/Stud 8 (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 18:  8,000/16,000 Limits
Players Remaining:  5 of 53

Ken Aldridge
Ken Aldridge

During a round of Omaha 8, Ken “Teach” Aldridge got his short stack all in preflop from the small blind against Zack Milchman in the big blind.

Zack Milchman:  Ah9c7s5s
Ken Aldridge:  Ad4x2d2x

The board came Ac9d6cJdQh, and with no possible lows, Milchman won the pot with two pair, aces and nines, to eliminate Aldridge in sixth place.

Zack Milchman  –  210,000  (13 BB)
Ken Aldridge  –  Eliminated in 6th Place  ($1,030)

With five players remaining, the average chip stack is about 127,000 (8 Big Bets), and the next player to bust will earn $1,365.

Event 12: Bryce Fox – 7th Place ($810)

$400 Omaha 8/Stud 8 (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 17:  6,000/12,000 Limits
Players Remaining:  6 of 53

Bryce Fox
Bryce Fox

During a round of Stud 8, Bryce Fox got it all in on third street for 27,000 with queens in the hole, but unfortunately for him, Ricardo Quintero had kings in the hole.

Here’s how their hands ran out:

Ricardo Quintero:  (KsKd)  4s5h9d3h  (Jc)
Bryce Fox:  (QhQd)  As9c5s2s  (10s)

Neither player improved beyond their initial pocket pair, and the pocket kings held up for Quintero to eliminate Fox in seventh place.

Ricardo Quintero  –  240,000  (20 BB)
Bryce Fox  –  Eliminated in 7th Place  ($810)

With six players remaining, the average chip stack is about 106,000 (9 Big Bets), and the next player to bust will earn $1,030.

Event 12: Yuval Bronshtein Out in 8th Place to Burst the Money Bubble

$400 Omaha 8/Stud 8 (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 17:  6,000/12,000 Limits
Players Remaining:  7 of 53

Yuval Bronshtein
Yuval Bronshtein

Harry Eisenberg raised from the hijack to 12,000, and Yuval Bronshtein called from the big blind.

The flop came 10c2s2c, Bronshtein checked, Eisenberg bet, and Bronshtein called all in for 4,000. Both players revealed their cards:

Harry Eisenberg:  AdQh3d2h  (trip deuces with an ace)
Yuval Bronshtein:  6h6d4d2d  (trip deuces with a six)

The turn card was the Ks, and the river card missed Bronshtein’s outs. With no possible lows, Eisenberg won the pot with his trip deuces with an ace kicker to eliminate Bronshtein in eighth place and burst the Money Bubble.

Harry Eisenberg  –  100,000  (8 BB)
Yuval Bronshtein  –  Eliminated in 8th Place

With seven players remaining, the average chip stack is about 91,000 (8 Big Bets), and the next player to bust will earn $810.

Event 12: Claudangelo Beaudouin Eliminated in 9th Place by Dallas Bare

$400 Omaha 8/Stud 8 (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 15:  4,000/8,000 Limits
Players Remaining:  8 of 53

Claudangelo Beaudouin
Claudangelo Beaudouin

In the last hand of a round of Omaha-8, Claudangelo Beaudouin was all in from the big blind for 5,000 against Zack Milchman (cutoff) and Dallas Bare (button). There was 6,000 in the side pot, and any further betting would increase the side pot.

Milchman and Bare checked all the way down on a board of Qc9c7dKs8s, and with no possible lows, Bare said he had a straight.

Dallas Bare:  AdKd10c6s  (ten-high straight)
Zack Milchman:  mucked
Claudangelo Beaudouin:  Ac9s5s4s  (pair of nines)

Bare won the pot with his straight to eliminate Beaudouin in ninth place. The remaining eight players are officially on the Money Bubble, as only the final seven will finish in the money.

Dallas Bare  –  183,000  (23 BB)
Claudangelo Beaudouin  –  Eliminated

With eight players remaining, the average chip stack is about 79,500 (10 Big Bets).

Event 12: Final Table Begins with Dallas Bare in the Lead

$400 Omaha 8/Stud 8 (Re-Entry)
Structure | Payouts
Level 14:  3,000/6,000 Limits
Players Remaining:  9 of 53

Event 12 Final Table
Event 12 Final Table

The final nine players have drawn for random seats at the final table, but only the final seven will finish in the money, guaranteed at least $810 each.

Here are their updated chip counts, followed by the payouts:

Seat 1.  Bryce Fox  –  87,500  (15 BB)
Seat 2.  Zack Milchman  –  68,000  (11 BB)
Seat 3.  Dallas Bare  –  158,000  (26 BB)
Seat 4.  Harry Eisenberg  –  71,000  (12 BB)
Seat 5.  Claudangelo Beaudouin  –  43,000  (7 BB)
Seat 6.  Ricardo Quintero  –  54,000  (9 BB)
Seat 7.  David Shmuel  –  96,500  (16 BB)
Seat 8.  Ken Aldridge  –  33,500  (6 BB)
Seat 9.  Yuval Bronshtein  –  26,500  (4 BB)

1st:  $6,120 + LHPO Trophy
2nd:  $4,085
3rd:  $2,720
4th:  $1,890
5th:  $1,365
6th:  $1,030
7th:  $810

They will be playing down to a winner tonight, and we will be providing updates right here at SHRPO.com.