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Event 26: $3,000 Pot-Limit Omaha

Chino Rheem Losing Chips

Brett Richey doubles through Rheem

The Chino Rheem juggernaut seems to have lost a wheel during the past few levels. Gone is the cheery face and now there sits a solemn look. Here is Rheem doubling up Brett Richey.

Richey opened up to 16,500 in mid-position, Rheem made the three-bet to 40,000 on the button, Richey shipped it for 88,000 and Rheem called.

Richey{A-Clubs} {K-Diamonds} {K-Hearts} {8-Spades}
Rheem{A-Spades} {A-Hearts} {7-Clubs} {4-Spades}

So Rheem was way ahead and we needed five cards in the middle of the felt. The flop was {K-Spades} {6-Clubs} {2-Spades} and Richey got a stroke of good fortune. The turn {J-Diamonds} and river {Q-Clubs} are woeful for Rheem and he is now down to 184,000 chips; Richey is up to 172,500.

Player Chips Progress
Chino Rheem us
Chino Rheem
us 184,000 -126,000
Brett Richey us
Brett Richey
us 172,500 60,500

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