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Event 50 - $10,000 Pot Limit Omaha World Championship
Days:
123

Event Info

Players 381

Level Info

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

Hand #101 - Peter Jetten

EricRamsey
Michael Mizrachi has the button in Seat 4, and he raises it up to 225,000. Marty Smyth folds from the small blind, and Peter Jetten makes the call from the big.

Heads up, the flop comes down {3-Spades} {7-Diamonds} {4-Hearts}. Both men check.

The turn comes the {5-Clubs}. Jetten bets 350,000 and Mizrachi folds quickly.

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Hand #100 - Peter Jetten

[user75032]
Peter Jetten has the button in Seat 3. He raises to 200,000. Michael Mizrachi is the only caller.

The flop comes {4-Hearts} {K-Clubs} {5-Diamonds}. Mizrachi decides to lead into Jetten with a bet of 250,000. Jetten takes about twenty seconds before announcing a pot-sized raise to 1.2 million. Mizrachi wants nothing to do with it and quickly folds.
Level:
27
Blinds:
40,000/80,000
Ante:
0

While We're on a Break...

[user75032]
Michael Mizrachi's wife and mother just approached the media table, flush with the excitement of potentially keeping the bracelet in the family, and wanted to let some of their other family members who couldn't be here know that the entire family is here in spirit cheering Mizrachi on. They asked that we specifically mention Carlos Elviro, Donny "the Magician" Mizrachi and Dr. Salama Harown, all of whose presence is missed.

Quick Pause

EricRamsey
We are taking just a quick unscheduled break; play will resume momentarily.

Billy "The Croc" Argyros Eliminated in Fourth Place ($268,605)

[user75032]
The Croc - 4th Place
The Croc - 4th Place
Hand No. 98 -

Billy "The Croc" Argyros has the button in Seat 5. Michael Mizrachi limps in as first to act before The Croc raises to 270,000. Action folds back to Mizrachi who reraises all in. The Croc makes the call, and for the second time in three hands, The Croc's fate is in Mizrachi's hands.

Mizrachi: {K-Hearts} {Q-Clubs} {J-Hearts} {7-Hearts}
The Croc: {A-Clubs} {A-Spades} {6-Clubs} {6-Hearts}

Single-suited aces for The Croc against Mizrachi's three Broadway cards. A cheer erupts from The Croc's cheering section when the flop comes {A-Hearts} {K-Spades} {3-Clubs} to make a set of aces for The Croc, but it's far from over. Mizrachi has a gutshot draw against The Croc's set. It's the complete opposite of the all-in confrontation just two hands ago, when Mizrachi had the set and The Croc had the gutshot draw. The shoe's on the other foot.

In that previous hand, The Croc caught his gutshot on the turn. Mizrachi proves he's equal to the task when he rolls his own gutter ball with the {10-Hearts} on the turn to make a Broadway straight. Live poker is so rigged.

The Croc needs a board pair on the river, and just like Mizrachi, he doesn't get it when the river falls {8-Hearts}.

Seriously? Seriously. These two players just played the same hand from opposite sides of the fence twice within three hands. The second time sent The Croc to the mat. He won't be getting back up, but he will be getting $268,605.