Event #50: $2,500 10-Game Mix (Six Handed)

Event Info

Buy-in $2,500
Prize Pool $846,300
Players 372

Level Info

Level 27
Blinds 0 / 0
Ante 0

Felipe Ramos Eliminated in 19th Place ($7,075)

Josh_Cahlik • Level 19


Christopher George{x-}{x-} / {2-}{10-Hearts}{J-Hearts}{K-Hearts} / {x-}
Felipe Ramos{x-}{x-} / {K-Clubs}{8-Hearts}{3-Spades}{6-Clubs} / {x-}

We picked up with the action on fifth street to find Felipe Ramos fire out a bet. Christopher George raised the action and Ramos called. George led out again on sixth and found a call. The same action happened on seventh and George rolled over {Q-Diamonds}{5-Hearts}{3-Hearts} for a flush. Ramos mucked his hand and George scooped the pot.

No-Limit Hold'em

A few hands later, a crippled Felipe Ramos three-bet all in for about 20,000 over a Brandon Wong open. Wong called and the two raced for Ramos' tournament life.

Ramos: {5-Diamonds}{5-Spades}
Wong: {K-Spades}{9-Clubs}

The board fell down {K-Hearts}{2-Hearts}{3-Hearts}{7-Clubs}{A-Diamonds} Ramos was eliminated in 19th place as a victim of Wong's pair of kings. Ramos' elimination has prompted a total re-draw for the final three tables.

Christopher George us
Christopher George
us 265,000 67,600
Brandon Wong us
Brandon Wong
us 155,000 10,000
Felipe Ramos br
Felipe Ramos
br Busted

Tags: Christopher GeorgeFelipe Ramos

Raymer Survives With Chop

Shamus • Level 19


Both short stacks Greg Raymer and Bruno Fitoussi survived the pot-limit Omaha round over on Table 446. Then once the game changed to stud, Raymer found himself in a three-way hand that saw him all in for all but 300 chips by seventh street.

The hand began with Raymer, Sebastian Saffari, and Robert Williamson III all vying for the pot through fifth street, at which point Saffari dropped out. It was Williamson leading with bets through fifth, then Raymer raising back on fifth to push out Saffari and eventually commit almost everything by the end.

The showdown revealed Williamson to have ({3-Spades}{5-Spades}) / {A-Diamonds}{4-Clubs}{6-Clubs}{9-Hearts} / ({9-Spades}) to win the low with a 6-5-4-3-A, while Raymer had ({Q-Hearts}{Q-Clubs}) / {J-Diamonds}{7-Spades}{7-Hearts}{8-Clubs} / ({10-Diamonds}) for two pair to win the high.

Robert Williamson III us
Robert Williamson III
us 208,000 4,900
Greg Raymer us
Greg Raymer
us 72,000 2,700

Tags: Robert Williamson IIIGreg Raymer

David Emmons Eliminated in 20th Place ($7,075)

Josh_Cahlik • Level 19

Pot-Limit Omaha

After a series of raises, David Emmons got all of his chips in before the flop holding {K-Diamonds}{J-Hearts}{10-Clubs}{8-Diamonds} against chip leader Scott Abrams' {K-Spades}{K-Clubs}{Q-Diamonds}{5-Clubs}. Emmons failed to improve with the community cards and he became the first casualty of the day.

Abrams, who bagged up the biggest stack on Day 2, has now extended his lead even further early here on Day 3. Abrams is now sitting on just about 395,000 in chips.

Scott Abrams us
Scott Abrams
us 395,000 43,300
David Emmons US
David Emmons
US Busted

Tags: Scott AbramsDavid Emmons

Cards in the Air

Shamus • Level 19

It has been determined that the players will be starting with pot-limit Omaha, so we'll see if the short stacks use this round to try to double up early.

Level: 19

No-Limit Hold'em - Razz - Limit Hold'em - Badugi LIMIT 3,000 6,000 6,000-12,000
Stud - NL 2-7 Draw - Omaha 8 1,500 2,000 6,000 6,000-12,000
PLO (No Ante) - 2-7 Triple Draw - Stud 8 NL/2-7/PLO 700 1,500 3,000

Twenty Players, Ten Games, One Bracelet

Scott Abrams
Scott Abrams

Welcome back to the third and final day of Event #50: $2,500 10-Game Mix (Six-Handed), where just 20 players will be returning from a starting field of 372 to battle their way through a rotation of no-limit hold'em, razz, limit hold'em, Badugi, stud, NL 2-7 draw, Omaha hi-low, pot-limit Omaha, 2-7 triple draw, and stud hi-low.

Scott Abrams had the most successful Day 2 yesterday, having negotiated the 10 games for 10 levels to end the day with 351,700. Sebastian Saffari is next in line with 294,300, with Philip Sternheimer, Brian Tate, and Robert Williamson III also returning today to stacks of more than 200,000.

A number of other talented players with below average chips returning today, too, including Daniel Makowsky, Mike Wattel, Greg Raymer, Bruno Fitoussi, and Konstantin Puchkov.

Cards go back in the air at 2 p.m. local time. Stick with PokerNews from start to finish today as we find out together who becomes the next WSOP bracelet winner.

Meanwhile, here's Sarah Grant with today's update on everything that is currently happening in the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino.

Day 3 Redraw

4461Sebastian Saffari294,300
4462Greg Raymer69,300
4463Philip Sternheimer229,900
4464Bruno Fitoussi28,400
4466Robert Williamson III203,100
4471Brandon Wong145,000
4472Mike Wattel92,500
4474Felipe Ramos97,100
4475Brian Tate211,800
4476Christopher George197,400
4521Scott Abrams351,700
4522David Emmons48,500
4523Loren Klein152,300
4524Tony Hartmann76,400
4526Tom McCormick112,500
4532Konstantin Puchkov17,500
4533Daniel Makowsky96,000
4534Michael Jarmark192,400
4535Thomas Kettel106,700
4536Martin Lategui74,700
Event #50: $2,500 10-Game Mix (Six Handed)
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