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Event #74: $2,500 Big Bet Mix



Event #74: $2,500 Big Bet Mix
Day 2 Completed

Strebkov Soars Late, Bohlman in Hunt For Second Big Bet Mix Title

MikePatrick • Level 20
Denis Strebkov
Denis Strebkov

Following ten hours of play, only 14 of the initial 91 players have survived to Day 3 of World Series of Poker Event #74: $2,500 Big Bet Mix.

Russia's Denis Strebkov ended the day as the chip leader with 1,402,000 chips after making a late surge up the leaderboard after flopping a set of aces against Amnon Filipppi's set of kings in a hand of Pot-Limit Omaha.

Among the other contenders for the bracelet on Tuesday is the 2018 champion of this event, Scott Bohlman.

Bohlman was at or near the top of the leaderboard all day and solidified his standing by making quads on the last hand of the night to eliminate Eugene Roemischer in 15th place. He’ll enter the day third in chips with 827,000, just behind Shanmukha Meruga, who finished with 877,000.

Day 2 Top 10 Chip Counts

1Denis StrebkovRussia1,425,000
2Shanmukha MerugaUnited States877,000
3Scott BohlmanUnited States827,000
4Hooman NizadUnited States512,000
5Patrik CiklaminiSlovakia498,000
6Noah BoekenNetherlands455,000
7Anthony RibeiroCanada419,000
8Jon TurnerUnited States415,000
9Asher LowerUnited States375,000
10Amnon FilippiUnited States371,000

Noah Boeken (455,000), Jon Turner (415,000), and Jerry Wong (355,000) are among the others who’ll return to the Amazon room at 2:00 pm local time to vie for the $117,898 top prize and the coveted WSOP gold bracelet.

Thirty-two players in all will visit the pay window from this event, with Jake Schwartz (31st - $4,097), Michael Binger (28th - $4,481), John Racener (24th - $5,121), and Ray Henson (18th - $6,153) among those earning a piece of the $471,700 prize pool.

Those not fortunate enough to make the money included bubble boy Ismael Bojang, who was eliminated in a hand of Pot-Limit Omaha by Bohlman, along with Eli Elezra, David Williams, Daniel Negreanu, Phil Hellmuth, and many more.

Wild Action, A Bit of Controversy, and an Unfortunate No-Show

Pot-Limit 2-7 Triple Draw was the game that saw a plethora of big pots and eliminations, including the elimination of Yuri Dzivielevski in 20th place at the hands of Anthony Ribeiro, who got his stack over a million at one point, but sunk back to 479,000 to finish the night.

That game is crazy enough as-is, but Ryan Laplante and Cody Wells were eliminated in an unfortunate quadruple-draw hand that wasn’t caught by anyone at the table.

The day also started with a bit of a down note as Dan Zack announced on Twitter that he was surrendering his stack because of Covid-19 symptoms. Zack later confirmed that he indeed had tested positive. Zack’s stack was put into play and blinded off as a result.

The remaining 14 players will return to the Amazon gold section Tuesday to play down to a winner and PokerNews will have all the wild big bet action for you from the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino.

Tags: Cody WellsDan ZackDaniel NegreanuDavid WilliamsDenis StrebkovEli ElezraIsmael BojangJake SchwartzJerry WongJohn RacenerJon TurnerMichael BingerNoah BoekenPhil HellmuthRay HensonRyan LaplanteScott BohlmanYuri Dzivielevski

Day 3 Seat Draw

Jaxon • Level 20
Amazon4041Jon TurnerUnited States415,000
Amazon4043Richard BaiUnited States342,000
Amazon4044Asher LowerUnited States375,000
Amazon4045Patrik CiklaminiSlovakia498,000
Amazon4046Pearce ArnoldUnited States292,000
Amazon4051Anthony RibeiroCanada419,000
Amazon4052Noah BoekenNetherlands455,000
Amazon4053Denis StrebkovRussia1,425,000
Amazon4054Shanmukha MerugaUnited States877,000
Amazon4056Amnon FilippiUnited States371,000
Amazon4062Jerry WongUnited States355,000
Amazon4063Jordan SiegelUnited States274,000
Amazon4064Hooman NizadUnited States512,000
Amazon4066Scott BohlmanUnited States827,000

Eugene Roemischer Eliminated in 15th Place ($6,153)

MikePatrick • Level 20
Eugene Roemischer
Eugene Roemischer

No-Limit Hold'em

On the final hand of the night, Scott Bohlman raised in late position to 25,000 and Eugene Roemischer moved all-in for 98,000.

Bohlman didn't love the idea of calling, but decided it was worth it and did so.

Eugene Roemischer: {a-Clubs}{j-Clubs}
Scott Bohlman: {9-Hearts}{4-Hearts}

Bohlman had been caught stealing, but his thievery was rewarded on the {9-Spades}{9-Clubs}{8-Hearts} flop.

The {6-Spades} fell on the turn, and then for good measure, the {9-Diamonds} came on the river to give Bohlman quad nines and send Roemischer to the payout window to end the night.

Scott Bohlman us
Scott Bohlman
us 827,000 67,000
Eugene Roemischer US
Eugene Roemischer
US Busted

Tags: Scott Bohlman

Updated Chip Counts in Final Level

MikePatrick • Level 20
Anthony Ribeiro br
Anthony Ribeiro
br 1,080,000
Denis Strebkov ru
Denis Strebkov
ru 862,000 147,000
Amnon Filippi us
Amnon Filippi
us 825,000 -15,000
Scott Bohlman us
Scott Bohlman
us 750,000 -160,000
Jon Turner us
Jon Turner
us 625,000 125,000
Hooman Nizad US
Hooman Nizad
US 465,000 65,000
Shanmukha Meruga US
Shanmukha Meruga
US 400,000 -18,000
Patrik Ciklamini sk
Patrik Ciklamini
sk 380,000 120,000
Richard Bai us
Richard Bai
us 354,000 -396,000
Noah Boeken nl
Noah Boeken
nl 350,000 150,000
Jerry Wong us
Jerry Wong
us 325,000 -205,000
Pearce Arnold us
Pearce Arnold
us 310,000 150,000
Jordan Siegel us
Jordan Siegel
us 240,000 120,000
Asher Lower us
Asher Lower
us 155,000 20,000
Eugene Roemischer US
Eugene Roemischer
US 110,000 43,000

Marcel Vonk Eliminated in 16th Place ($6,153)

MikePatrick • Level 20
Marcel Vonk
Marcel Vonk

No-Limit 2-7 Single Draw

After losing a large portion of his stack to Noah Boeken, Marcel Vonk was all-in in the big blind versus Amnon Filippi and Anthony Ribeiro.

Vonk drew three cards, Filippi drew one and Ribeiro patted his hand.

The action was checked after the draw with Riberio showing the {j-}{9-}{7-}{5-}{3-}, which turned out to be the winner.

Anthony Ribeiro br
Anthony Ribeiro
br 1,080,000 -20,000
Amnon Filippi us
Amnon Filippi
us 840,000 -10,000
Marcel Vonk nl
Marcel Vonk
nl Busted

Tags: Amnon FilippiMarcel VonkNoah Boeken