2007 World Series of Poker

Event 44 - $2,000 Omaha Hi Lo
Day: 1
Event Info

2007 World Series of Poker

Final Results
Winning Hand
Event Info
Prize Pool
Level Info
20,000 / 40,000

Event 44 - $2,000 Omaha Hi Lo

Day 1 Completed

A Message Home from Frankie Flowers

Frankie Flowers
Frankie Flowers
"Hey kids, I made it to Day 2!"

Frankie is one of just 77 players who survived Day 1 of the $2,000 Omaha Hi-Lo Event, and he's in good company.

Joining Frankie tomorrow afternoon at 2:00 p.m. PDT will be Omaha specialist Robert Williamson III, the charismatic Marcel Luske, consummate professional John Juanda, bracelet winners Bill Chen, Todd Brunson, Kathy Liebert, Steve Billirakis, and Minneapolis Jim Meehan, along with the likes of Stuart Paterson, Doug "Rico" Carli, Minh Nguyen, Frankie O'Dell, Young Phan and tournament chip leader Blair Rodman, who has amassed a chip stack of 68,000.

Please visit the Chip Counts page for a complete list of all players returning tomorrow for Day 2, along with their official end of day chip counts.

We hope you'll join us tomorrow at 2:00 p.m. PDT for our continued coverage of Event 44, live from the Amazon Room.

Until then, good luck and good night!

Tags: Jim MeehanKathy LiebertTodd Brunson

Juanda Playing Nice

In a hand with just one big blind (there was a dead small), the action folded around to John Juanda on the button.

As John reached for his chips, the woman in the big blind put out her hand and stopped him, saying "Wait, wait . . . sometimes I can predict the future," as she scrunched her face together as if she was thinking really hard.

After a few seconds, Juanda mucked his hand, saying, "OK, you're a nice lady."

Tags: John Juanda

We're Back

Players have returned from their break, 90 of them to be exact. The average chip stack is currently 23,733.

Play will continue for the next half hour, at which time the players will bag up their chips and return tomorrow for Day 2.

Level: 11

Blinds: 500/1,500

Ante: 0

Frankie O'Dell Busts Tony G

Tony G got all his money in before the flop holding {A-Clubs}{9-Clubs}{4-Diamonds}{K-Spades} against Frankie O'Dell's {A-Diamonds}{2-Hearts}{J-Diamonds}{10-Hearts}.

The pot would've been split on the turn, as the board filled out {4-Clubs}{3-Hearts}{7-Spades} {6-Diamonds}, but the {10-Clubs} on the river gave Frankie a pair of 10's for the high, and an A-2-3-4-6 low, sending Tony G to the rail.

After the hand, Frankie had 26,000 chips.

Tags: Frankie O'DellTony G