Omaha Eight or Better
Todd Brunson started the day low on chips, but he just managed to scoop a nice little pot against Sorel Mizzi. Mizzi started off the hand by raising from the cutoff, and Brunson defended his big blind.
The flop came down and Brunson check-called a 600 chip bet. On the turn the showed up, and this time Brunson check-called 1,200. The river was the and now Brunson lead out for 1,200. Mizzi tanked for a bit and called, after which Brunson turned over for a straight to the six and a six-four-three-two-ace low.
Brunson is back up to 12,500 while Mizzi still has 24,500.