2021 World Series of Poker

Event #80: $3,000 6-Handed Pot-Limit Omaha
Day: 2
Event Info

2021 World Series of Poker

Final Results
Winning Hand
Event Info
Prize Pool
Level Info
80,000 / 160,000
Players Info - Day 2
Players Left

Event #80: $3,000 6-Handed Pot-Limit Omaha

Day 2 Completed

Robert Cowen Bags Bags Day 2 Chip Lead in Event #80: $3,000 Pot-Limit Omaha

Level 19 : 8,000/16,000, 0 ante
Robert Cowen
Robert Cowen

Day 2 of Event #80: $3,000 6-Handed Pot-Limit Omaha is in the books. By the end of the night, it was Robert Cowen who bagged the chip lead with a massive stack of 2,800,000 in chips.

There were 122 players who returned for Day 2, with just 75 spots making the money from an original field of 496. Only 24 will return on Friday at 2 p.m. local time for Day 3.

Event #80: $3K PLO Day 2 Top 10 Chip Counts

RANKPLAYERCountryChipsBig Blinds
1Robert CowenUnited Kingdom2,800,000140
2Steven FormanUnited States1,685,00084
3Dylan WeismanUnited States1,475,00074
4Karel MokryCzech Republic1,475,00074
5David ColemanUnited States1,250,00063
6Raphael SchreinerAustria1,210,00061
7Chino RheemUnited States1,000,00050
8Robert EmmersonUnited Kingdom915,00046
9Jered BettencourtUnited States840,00042
10Senovio Ramirez IIIUnited States730,00037

A few of the players to bag a stack include Steven Forman (1,685,000), Dylan Weisman (1,475,000), David Coleman (1,250,000), Chino Rheem (1,000,000), Uri Reichenstein (900,000), and Mike Matusow (665,000).

The action started fast with the field making the money bubble just three and half hours into the day. Some of the early eliminations included Ari Engel, Jake Schwartz, Esther Taylor, Ali Imsirovic, and Brett Richey.

The bubble itself however would drag on for about an hour and a half. It was Noah Bronstein and Mark Birdsall who ended up busting on the same hand to get the rest of the field into the money with a guaranteed payout of $4,819.

Some of the players to make the money but not bag at the end of the night were Daniel Negreanu, Phil Laak, Rok Gostisa, Christian Harder, Ben Yu and Gabriel Andrade.

Play ended an hour early tonight, so tomorrow will pick up on Level 20 with the blinds at 10,000/20,000 and will likely play down to a winner.

The PokerNews live reporting team will be there for all the action for our continuing coverage of the World Series of Poker from the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino.

Tags: Ali ImsirovicAri EngelBen YuBrett RicheyChino RheemChristian HarderDaniel NegreanuDavid ColemanDylan WeismanEsther TaylorGabriel AndradeJake SchwartzMark BirdsallMike MatusowNoah BronsteinPhil LaakRobert CowenRok GostisaUri Reichenstein

Day 3 Seat Draw

Level 19 : 8,000/16,000, 0 ante
Amazon4011Robert CowenUnited Kingdom2,800,000140
Amazon4012Richard AshbyUnited Kingdom370,00019
Amazon4013Naor SlobodskoyIsrael210,00011
Amazon4014Eddie OchanaUnited States490,00025
Amazon4016Chino RheemUnited States1,000,00050
Amazon4021Dante Goya FenandesBrazil455,00023
Amazon4022Tony HartmannUnited States485,00024
Amazon4023William BensonUnited States460,00023
Amazon4024Uri ReichensteinIsrael700,00035
Amazon4026Michael SchwartzUnited States525,00026
Amazon4081Raymond HensonUnited States305,00015
Amazon4082Robert EmmersonUnited Kingdom915,00046
Amazon4085Jered BettencourtUnited States840,00042
Amazon4086Steven FormanUnited States1,685,00084
Amazon4091Toby BoasUnited States225,00011
Amazon4092Raphael SchreinerAustria1,210,00061
Amazon4093Max AvelaFinland700,00035
Amazon4094Mike MatusowUnited States665,00033
Amazon4096David WilliamsUnited States410,00021
Amazon4101Karel MokryCzech Republic1,475,00074
Amazon4102Konstantin BucherlGermany555,00028
Amazon4103David ColemanUnited States1,250,00063
Amazon4104Senovio Ramirez IIIUnited States730,00037
Amazon4105Dylan WeismanUnited States1,475,00074

End-of-Day 2 Chip Counts (full)

Level 19 : 8,000/16,000, 0 ante
Player Chips Progress
Robert Cowen gb
Robert Cowen
Day 2 Chip Leader
WSOP 2X Winner
Steven Forman us
Steven Forman
1,685,000 -680,000
Dylan Weisman us
Dylan Weisman
WSOP 1X Winner
Karel Mokry cz
Karel Mokry
1,475,000 730,000
David Coleman us
David Coleman
Raphael Schreiner at
Raphael Schreiner
1,210,000 -300,000
Chino Rheem us
Chino Rheem
Robert Emmerson gb
Robert Emmerson
915,000 150,000
Jered Bettencourt us
Jered Bettencourt
840,000 680,000
Senovio Ramirez III us
Senovio Ramirez III
730,000 125,000
Uri Reichenstein il
Uri Reichenstein
700,000 -200,000
Max Avela fi
Max Avela
700,000 125,000
Mike Matusow us
Mike Matusow
WSOP 4X Winner
Konstantin Bucherl de
Konstantin Bucherl
555,000 -320,000
Michael Schwartz us
Michael Schwartz
525,000 525,000
Eddie Ochana us
Eddie Ochana
490,000 -95,000
Tony Hartmann us
Tony Hartmann
485,000 195,000
William Benson us
William Benson
460,000 460,000
Dante Goya Fenandes br
Dante Goya Fenandes
455,000 295,000
David Williams us
David Williams
410,000 268,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Richard Ashby gb
Richard Ashby
370,000 -455,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Raymond Henson us
Raymond Henson
305,000 180,000
Toby Boas us
Toby Boas
225,000 70,000
Naor Slobodskoy il
Naor Slobodskoy
210,000 -330,000

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Emmerson Shows the Bluff

Level 19 : 8,000/16,000, 0 ante

Action was on the turn on a board that read {7-Diamonds}{a-Hearts}{8-Clubs}{k-Hearts}. Robert Emmerson bet the pot from the cutoff, which was 210,000 and Tony Hartmann called after much deliberation from the button.

The river came the {q-Clubs}. Emmerson went all in for 120,000. Hartmann immediately started to curse under his breath and stand up shaking his head.

"All I can beat is a stone bluff" he said. After thinking for a few minutes he flashed {a-}{j-}{9-}{6-} and folded in disgust.

"Please don't show me a bluff" he pleaded but Emmerson did just that as he turned over and spiked the {10-Spades}{10-Hearts}{9-Diamonds}{7-Hearts} on the table to confirm the fears of Hartmann and collected the pot.

Player Chips Progress
Robert Emmerson gb
Robert Emmerson
765,000 165,000
Tony Hartmann us
Tony Hartmann
290,000 -175,000

Hartmann Sends Ashegh Away

Level 19 : 8,000/16,000, 0 ante
Tony Hartmann
Tony Hartmann

Orod Ashegh moved all in with his short stack. Robert Emmerson called and Tony Hartmann shoved his larger stack into the middle which folded out Emmerson.

Orod Ashegh: {k-Hearts}{8-Clubs}{7-Clubs}{5-Hearts}
Tony Hartmann: {a-Clubs}{a-Hearts}{9-Diamonds}{6-Clubs}

The board ran out {7-Hearts}{j-Diamonds}{4-Diamonds}{2-Spades}{j-Clubs} to eliminate Ashegh.

Player Chips Progress
Raphael Schreiner at
Raphael Schreiner
1,510,000 685,000
David Coleman us
David Coleman
1,150,000 -550,000
Robert Emmerson gb
Robert Emmerson
600,000 285,000
Naor Slobodskoy il
Naor Slobodskoy
540,000 -120,000
Tony Hartmann us
Tony Hartmann
465,000 190,000
Orod Ashegh us
Orod Ashegh

Level: 19

Blinds: 8,000/16,000

Ante: 0