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Crowe Eliminated By Eldridge

Owen Crowe was all in for 83,000 with against the held by David Eldridge. The flop fell , giving Eldridge a commanding lead with a set of sevens.

Fast Two-Outs Revazov

Dietrich Fast opened for 6,800 under the gun, and the player on his left three-bet to 16,700. Action folded to Owen Crowe, who made it 54,500 in the small blind.

OCrowe Out

After moving to a new table, Owen Crowe found himself all in and at risk with against the of Anthony Diotte. Crowe failed to improve, and was eliminated.

As the Crowe Flies

Kane Kalas checked to Owen Crowe on a flop of , and the Canadian tossed out 22,000. Kalas, the son of legendary baseball announcer Harry Kalas, moved all in for effectively 134,000, and Crowe snap-called.

Arieh Gets Crushed After Preflop Raising War

We found Josh Arieh with a three-bet to 11,800 in front of him, and Owen Crowe, who opened under the gun, made it 24,500. Arieh came back with the five-bet: 54,200. Crowe moved all in, and a perturbed Arieh asked for a count.

Oh No OCrowe

Owen Crowe made a nice comeback and got all the way into the top 100 but he ultimately lost the final coin flip for his tournament life. He was all in with and Andy Phan made the call with .

A Pot for Crowe

A player in the cutoff opened to 6,000 and Owen Crowe called in the big blind. The flop came and Crowe check-called a bet of 6,500 from the player in the cutoff.

OCrowe Collecting Chips

Owen Crowe opened from the cutoff, Robert Flowers called, putting himself all in, on the button and Justin Conley called in the big blind. The flop was dealt and Conley check-called a bet of 2,600 from Crowe.

Crowe Soaring

A couple levels ago, Owen Crowe was down to 175 chips... less than a big blind. He won an all-in pot with that 175, boosting it to 1150. He hasn't looked back since.

OCrowe Clinging On

A short-stacked Owen Crowe was all in preflop for 175 and the pot went five-ways to the flop. The dealer fanned out a flop, and action was checked around to the player in late position who bet 475.

Suer Shoves and Ships

We arrived at the table with four-way action preflop, costing each player 450 to get a peek. The dealer fanned a flop of and all four players checked to the on the turn.

OCrowe Falls Out

We have some details about Owen Crowe's bust out hand. OCrowe moved all in preflop and was called by Cornel Medes. Medes: Crowe: OCrowe was behind and at risk heading into the flop.

Down to the last 27 Players

After a flood of eliminations in the last few minutes, we are down to the last three tables. Kevin Wright got his short stack in with but ran straight into the of the player on the button. There was no miracle on the board.

Smith Five-Bet Shoves on Crowe

Owen Crowe opened for 4,000 under the gun and was met by a three-bet to 11,000 from Jeff Smith on the button. The blinds both folded, and then Crowe pushed back with a four-bet to right around 20,000.

Crowe Sends Musumeci Home

Amanda Musumeci was all in and at risk before the flop for her last 42,500 against Owen Crowe. Musumeci held and was racing with Crowe's .

Owen Crowe Eliminated in 11th Place ($41,784)

Owen Crowe got it all in preflop against Vincent Maglio. Crowe: Maglio: "I guess I'm the guy," Maglio said, resigned to his fate on the final table bubble. The flop came though, and Maglio grabbed the lead.

Rabtsov Doubles Through Crowe

The chips were in the middle between Kirill Rabtsov and Owen Crowe preflop, with Rabtsov the player at risk. Rabtsov: Crowe: The board came and trip kings would give Rabtsov the double up.

OJ Ojiri Eliminated in 19th Place ($21,326)

OJ Ojiri shipped it on the button after action had folded to him. Sebastien Comel called from the small blind, but Owen Crowe reraised to 241,000 from the big blind. Comel folded.

Two Doubles

Nikolaus Teichert shoved over the top of Alex Dovzhenko, who called him. Dovzhenko: Teichert: The board ran out , and Teichert doubled up. Meanwhile, OJ Ojiri was called preflop by Owen Crowe.

Ausmus Doing Work for Waxman

Matt Waxman, winner of Event #7: $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em, is among the 14 captains in Daniel Negreanu's $25,000 Fantasy League, and thanks to David Chiu's win in Event #23: $2,500 Seven Card Stud, his team is just a few points out of first

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