Day 2 Completed
Day 2 Completed
Day 2 has come to a close and just five players remain in Event #39: Pot-Limit Omaha. It’s Josh Arieh (6,330,000) who bagged the chip lead heading into the final day on Friday.
The remaining players will compete for the $204,766 first-place prize and a coveted WSOP gold bracelet. The other players to bag are Ivan Deyra (5,110,000), Gabriel Andrade (1,400,000), Tommy Le (5,300,000), and Robert Blair (2,450,000).
Seat Draw Day 3 Event #39: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha
|1||Robert Blair||United States||2,450,000|
|2||Tommy Le||United States||5,300,000|
|3||Josh Arieh||United States||6,330,000|
Bustouts came at a rapid pace to start the day. The field was whittled down to 16 within the first five hours of play. From then on, the action slowed to a crawl. It took another three hours of play to get to the unofficial final table. Those who fell short of the final five players included Ashor Ochana (9th - $15,842), Charles Wilt (8th - $20,371), Lior Abudi (7th - $26,603), and Nitesh Rawtani (6th - $35,278).
|Place||Prize (in USD)|
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Nitesh Rawtani got his short stack all in to the middle after the flop of and was called by Ivan Deyra.
Rawtani had the but was up against it as Deyra had the for trips.
The turn was the and the river the and Rawtani's night was over after having been chip leader at the final table.
Josh Arieh raised to 160,000 from the button and both Ivan Deyra and Nitesh Rawtani called from the blinds.
Things escalated quickly on the flop. Arieh bet 250,000, Deyra folded and Rawtani bet the pot. Arieh instantly potted right back and Rawtani called to put Arieh at risk.
Arieh flopped a set of jacks and Rawtani had a combo draw. The turn was the giving Arieh a full house, but Rawtani still had outs to a straight flush. The river brought the and Arieh was awarded the pot.
Gabriel Andrade moved all in for his remaining 800,000 over a raise to 225,000 from Nitesh Rawtani and Rawtani called it.
The flop came . The turn was the and the river the to confirm the double up for Andrade.
The flop read in a three-way pot. All three players checked.
The turn was the . From the big blind, Gabriel Andrade bet 275,000, Ivan Deyra called from the button, as did Nitesh Rawtani from the small blind.
The river came the . It checked to Deyra on the button, who cut out a big bet of 1,175,000. Rawtani called, and Andrade quickly folded.
Deyra showed the for the nut flush and took down the large pot.
On the flop, Robert Blair bet 225,000 and Ivan Deyra called.
The turn was the and Deyra check-called a bet of 600,000 from Blair.
Deyra led out for 325,000 on the river and Blair called.
Deyra turned over for flopped quads to take down the pot.
From the button, Nitesh Rawtani raised, Lior Abudi three-bet from the big blind, and Rawtani called.
The flop came . Abudi bet pot and was raised until he was all in which he called.
Abudi had aces with the but he was in trouble as he had been out flopped by the two-pair of Rawtani.
The turn was the and the river came the to not help Abudi and just like that he was sent home in seventh place.