Event 4: $1,500 Seven Card Stud Hi-Low 8-or-Better
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Highlights

Highlights

First Lady of Stud

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Linda Johnson
Linda Johnson

We just saw a three-way pot that left Linda Johnson (10,500) and another player (4,700) all-in on third street. Steve Billirakis was looking for the double KO. Here's how the boards ran out:

Johnson: ({Q-Clubs} {Q-Spades}) / {6-Hearts} {K-Spades} {8-Clubs} {4-Hearts} / ({Q-Diamonds})
Billirakis: ({J-Clubs} {10-Hearts}) / {10-Clubs} {6-Spades} {J-Hearts} (x) / ({Q-Hearts})
Opponent: ({5-Clubs} {2-Hearts}) / {5-Diamonds} {9-Hearts} {7-Spades} {A-Diamonds} / ({A-Spades})

Billirakis pulled into the lead midway through the hand, but Johnson caught her third queen on the river to take the pot.

Steve Billirakis us
Steve Billirakis
us 49,000 -7,000
Linda Johnson us
Linda Johnson
us 28,000

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O'Dell Downs Shchmelev

Chad_Holloway
Vladimir Shchemelev
Vladimir Shchemelev

We saw the floor, Bob Smith, handing Vladimir Shchmelev a green payout card, which is what he gives to the players once they bust. We didn't get to the table in time to see the hands, but we do know Shchmelev was felled by two-time bracelet winner Frankie O'Dell, who captured gold in the 2003 WSOP Event #29 $1500 Omaha Hi/Lo and 2007 WSOP $2,000 Omaha Hi-Low Split for $133,760 and $240,057 respectively.

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Vladimir Shchmelev
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Tags: Vladimir ShchmelevFrankie O'Dell

Tehan Busts

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Joe Tehan - out
Joe Tehan - out

We just caught a part of this hand, and it's easier to summarize then give details for this one.

Joe Tehan has just been sent packing by Michael Mizrachi. Tehan was getting short on chips when he committed himself to the pot with an eighty-seven low and not much for a high. Mizrachi could do much better, and his straight and seven-low gave him the pot and the knockout.

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Joe Tehan
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Tags: Joe TehanMichael Mizrachi

Check on Chips

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David Singer us
David Singer
us 135,000 67,000
Chris Tryba us
Chris Tryba
us 116,000 -6,000
David Steicke au
David Steicke
au 107,000 2,000
Frank Kassela us
Frank Kassela
us 96,000 35,000
Michael Mizrachi us
Michael Mizrachi
us 92,000 54,000
John Monnette us
John Monnette
us 82,000 32,000
Daniel Idema ca
Daniel Idema
ca 81,000 -4,000
Chris Bjorin se
Chris Bjorin
se 80,000 26,000
Xuan Liu ca
Xuan Liu
ca 74,000 35,000
Mike Sexton us
Mike Sexton
us 69,000 32,000
Steve Billirakis us
Steve Billirakis
us 56,000 5,000
William Carroll
William Carroll
55,000 37,000
Daniel Shak
Daniel Shak
53,000 13,000
Owais Ahmed us
Owais Ahmed
us 52,000 2,000
Vladimir Shchmelev ru
Vladimir Shchmelev
ru 49,000 16,000
Chris Bell us
Chris Bell
us 43,000 6,000
Robert Mizrachi us
Robert Mizrachi
us 42,000 2,000
Bryan Devonshire us
Bryan Devonshire
us 39,000 -6,000
Jimmy Fricke us
Jimmy Fricke
us 37,000 28,500
Marsha Waggoner us
Marsha Waggoner
us 36,000 -14,000
Todd Brunson us
Todd Brunson
us 33,000 -17,000
Linda Johnson us
Linda Johnson
us 28,000 -7,000
Frankie O'Dell us
Frankie O'Dell
us 28,000 -19,000
Mickey Appleman us
Mickey Appleman
us 24,000 -3,000
Zimnan Ziyard gb
Zimnan Ziyard
gb 23,000

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Good Run, Mike!

[user66118] • Level 14: 2,000-4,000, 500 ante
Mike Sexton
Mike Sexton

Mike Sexton has just rejoined our field after his Event #3 matchup with Andy Frankenberger.

Things did not go so well for Sexton this time around. All of the money got in on an {8-} {6-} {2-} flop with Sexton holding top and bottom pair. Frankenberger had flopped top two, though, and Sexton was unable to find a life-saving deuce.

He's been eliminated from that event, and his pockets are $9,644 fuller as he returns to our Event #4. Sexton may well make another deep run in this thing.

Tags: Mike Sexton

Pateychuk Limps Home

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Andrey Pateychuk - not the bubble boy!
Andrey Pateychuk - not the bubble boy!

We mentioned Andrey Pateychuk earlier today for his impressive record in the last calendar year. Now, he's getting a second mention for nitting his way into a mini-cash.

Pateychuk lost most of his chips during the previous level, and he was on full life support as the money bubble hit. Players aren't allowed to stand and sweat the action during hand-for-hand play, so Pateychuk was relegated to his seat in the far corner, occasionally craning his neck to check on the commotion across the room.

He's made it. With just 1,600 lonely chips left, Pateychuk has just crept into the money, guaranteeing himself $2,754 and the second WSOP cash of his career.

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Kaplan is Our Bubble Boy

Chad_Holloway

We caught the action on fourth street after Vladimir Shchmelev had bet and Jaime Kaplan moved all in for 900 more. Shchmelev made the call and the hands were tabled.

Shchmelev: {A-Spades}{7-Clubs} / {K-Diamonds}{A-Spades}{9-Clubs}{10-Hearts} / {3-Diamonds}
Kaplan: {3-Hearts}{6-Clubs} / {5-Diamonds}{6-Clubs}{2-Clubs}(X) / {J-Clubs}

Shchmelev's aces didn't improve, but they didn't need to as Kaplan could make neither a low nor a bigger high. The rest of the tables played out their hands to ensure no one else busted, and then Kaplan made a gracious exit as the Event #4 $1,500 Seven Card Stud Hi-Low 8-or-Better bubble boy.

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Jaime Kaplan
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Tags: Jaime KaplanVladimir Shchmelev

"Finish the Hand and Hold Up"

[user66118] • Level 14: 2,000-4,000, 500 ante

Those words are music to the ears of the players, as it means we're one off the money. Sixty-one players remain, sixty will be paid, and we're dealing hand-for-hand until we burst our bubble.