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Event 50 - $10,000 Pot Limit Omaha World Championship

Event Info

Players 381

Level Info

Level 28
Blinds 50,000 / 100,000
Ante 0

Final Table Bios: Seat 4 -- Michael Mizrachi (1,767,000)

Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi is 27 years old and resides here in Las Vegas, Nevada with his wife and three children. Over the past four years, The Grinder has notched more than $6,000,000 in earnings, including 17 cashes here at the WSOP. Michael's brother, Robert, won this event last year, and The Grinder hopes to make it back to back for the Mizrachi family. He comes into play with the big stack, hoping to run the table and take home his first gold bracelet.

Final Table Bios: Seat 3 -- Peter Jetten (492,000)

Peter "Apathy" Jetten is with us from Toronto, Ontario. He is a 23-year-old poker pro playing in his third WSOP. Last year, he worked his way to a 23rd place cash in the $5,000 Heads Up World Championship. Peter's best friend, Max Greenwood, won his first bracelet two days ago right here in this very arena, and today Jetten hopes to do the same. He has an tall hill to climb though; he begins play in 7th place with under 500,000 chips.

Final Table Bios: Seat 2 -- Brandon Moran (1,286,000)

Brandon Moran is a securities trader from Chicago, Illinois. This is his third year playing in the WSOP. He has been playing poker for ten years now, though, and he says he "learned the hard way." Last year, one of his proudest poker moments came when he took co-champion in the Ante Up For Africa charity tournament.

Final Table Bios: Seat 1 -- Kido Pham (1,080,000)

Kido Pham is with us from Dallas, Texas. He is 15 years into his professional poker-playing career, and this is his third year in the WSOP. Kido has racked up more than $2,000,000 in career winnings, including his single WSOP cash -- 24th place in this same event last year.

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In Case You Were Wondering

We haven't started yet. ESPN has been finalizing all of their camera shots, putting microphones on the players, and doing all of the magical things they need to do to pipe this event into your living room. The players are at the table unbagging their chips right now. Once all of that is complete, and emcee Robbie Thompson introduces each of the players to the assembled crowd, we should be underway. It will probably be another 10 to 15 minutes.

Final-table Seat Assignments Released

Michael Mizrachi leads the way in the PLO finale
Michael Mizrachi leads the way in the PLO finale
The nine-player lineup for the finale of Event 50, the $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha World Championship, has been set. Leading the chase tothe bracelet will be Michael Mizrachi, who will start the day with 1,767,000 in chips, nearly half a million more than second-place Brandon Moran.

Here's how the final nine will line up:

Seat 1: Kido Pham (Dallas, Texas) -- 1,080,000
Seat 2: Brandon Moran (Chicago, Illinois) -- 1,286,000
Seat 3: Peter Jetten (Toronto, Ontario, Canada) -- 492,000
Seat 4: Michael Mizrachi (Las Vegas, Nevada) -- 1,767,000
Seat 5: Billy Argyros (Melbourne, Australia) -- 729,000
Seat 6: Greg Hurst (Tazewell, Tennessee) -- 637,000
Seat 7: Tom Hanlon (Dublin, Ireland) -- 192,000
Seat 8: Marty Smyth (Belfast, Ireland) -- 1,068,000
Seat 9: [Removed:14] (San Francisco, California) -- 372,000

The final table begins at 3pm this afternoon in the ESPN feature area. PokerNews will be on hand to provide live updates.

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