$400 Pot Limit Omaha 8 (Re-Entry) Structure | Payouts Level 18: 3,000/6,000 Players Remaining: 7 of 130
Bryce Fox raised from the button to 16,000, Joseph Patalano called from the small blind, and Chris Arcidiacono moved all in big blind for 29,500. Fox called, Patalano moved all in for 59,500, and Fox called.
These were their cards in descending order of chip counts:
Bryce Fox: Joseph Patalano: Chris Arcidiacono:
The board came , and Patalano scooped the entire pot with a six-high straight for the high and a 6-4 for the low. Arcidiacono is eliminated in eighth place as Patalano doubles thru Fox.
Joseph Patalano – 148,500 (25 bb) Bryce Fox – 135,000 (23 bb) Chris Arcidiacono – Eliminated in 8th Place ($1,350)
$400 Pot Limit Omaha 8 (Re-Entry) Structure | Payouts Level 17: 2,500/5,000 Players Remaining: 8 of 130
Mark Dube raised under the gun to 12,000, Georgii Belianin reraised from the button to 43,500, and Steve Allen moved all in from the big blind for about 95,000. Dube thought for a bit before he folded, and Belianin quickly called.
Georgii Belianin: Steve Allen:
The board came , and with no possible lows, Belianin won the pot with a king-high straight to eliminate Allen in ninth place.
Georgii Belianin – 470,000 (94 bb) Steve Allen – Eliminated in 9th Place ($1,130)
$400 Pot Limit Omaha 8 (Re-Entry) Structure | Payouts Level 17: 2,500/5,000 Players Remaining: 9 of 130
The final nine players have just redrawn for random seats at the final table, and they will play down to a winner tonight. Here are their updated seating assignments and chip counts, followed by the remaining prizepool at stake:
Seat 1. Michelle Shah – 481,500 (96 bb) Seat 2. Vahid Hosseini – 212,000 (42 bb) Seat 3. Georgii Belianin – 295,000 (59 bb) Seat 4. Sean Remz – 40,500 (8 bb) Seat 5. Steve Allen – 72,000 (14 bb) Seat 6. Mark Dube – 111,500 (22 bb) Seat 7. Bryce Fox – 200,000 (40 bb) Seat 8. Joseph Patalano – 79,500 (16 bb) Seat 9. Chris Arcidiacono – 66,000 (13 bb)
$400 Pot Limit Omaha 8 (Re-Entry) Structure | Payouts Level 16: 2,000/4,000 Players Remaining: 11 of 130
The PLO 8 event is playing out in a different room across the hall from Event 1, and they are nearing the final table.
There was a three-way preflop all-in situation at one of the final two tables, with Mike Beasley all in from the hijack for 14,000, Mark Dube all in from the button for 30,000, and both of them covered by Sean Remz, who is under the gun.
These were their cards, listed in descending order of chip counts:
Sean Remz: Mark Dube: Mike Beasley:
The board came , and nobody made a qualifying low hand, so Dube won the entire pot with two pair, aces and eights, with a queen kicker to eliminate Beasley in 12th place.
Mark Dube – 80,000 (20 bb) Mike Beasley – Eliminated in 12th Place ($975)
Registration closed on the $400 Pot Limit Omaha 8 tournament and the unofficial number shows 130 entries in the one-day trophy event, a healthy increase year-to-year for the popular game.
Georgii Belianin leads the field after eight levels with 106,000 but there are still some tough players in the tournament including Peter Walsworth, Sean and Michelle Shah, and former SHRP Player of the Year David Prociak.
We will post the prize pool and payout information as soon as it is available.
$400 Pot Limit Omaha 8 (Re-Entry) Structure Level 1: 25/50
While the Event Center will be mostly packed with Event 1 players, we’ll also have a talented field taking part in our next one-day trophy tournament. A special one for those already bagged up for Event 1 or those who like their poker with four cards.
Event 4 is a $400 buy-in Pot Limit Omaha 8 tournament that will keep the action clicking along at a brisk pace but tempered by the split pot high/low aspect. Joel Harwood is our defending champion; he broke through for his first title after a lot of Omaha final tables.
PLO8 players will start with 12,000 stacks and all levels last 30 minutes long. Late registration is available until the start of Level 9 at 4:30 pm and they can re-enter as many times while registration is open. A 40-minute dinner break is scheduled at 6 pm and players will return to play down to our next SHRPO champion.
Cards go in the air at noon and we will bring you all the highlights until we pick up full coverage at the final table.
Players begin with 12,000 in chips and 30-minute levels
Late registration/re-entry available until start of Level 9
This is a one-day tournament and plays until completion