Event 42: $2,500 Omaha/Seven Card Stud Hi-Low 8-or-Better
Tage:
123

Event Info

Buy-in $2,500
Players 393

Level Info

Level 28
Blinds 0 / 0
Ante 0

Highlights

Highlights

Weinberger Doubles Through Danzer

[user101598]

Stud-8

Joe Weinberger{x-}{x-} / {4-Hearts}{3-Clubs}{10-Clubs}{8-Spades} / {x-}
George Danzer{x-}{x-} / {k-Diamonds}{3-Spades}{q-Spades}{9-Clubs} / {x-}

We reached the action on fifth street, where Danzer led out. Weinberger raised, and Danzer tank-called. On sixth, Danzer slowed down, checking to Weinberger, who bet. And Danzer raised, putting Weinberger all in. He called.

Weinberger{4-Clubs}{3-Diamonds}
Danzer{k-Hearts}{2-Diamonds}

The {j-Diamonds} didn't improve Danzer's hand on seventh, and Weinberger doubled to around 150,000 chips.

George Danzer de
George Danzer
de 180,000 -39,500
Joe Weinberger us
Joe Weinberger
us 130,000 52,000

Tags: George DanzerJoe Weinberger

Charles Kassin Eliminated in 22nd Place ($6,884)

[user101598]

Omaha-8

Charles Kassin only had 18,000 chips coming into play today, and on the first hand, he was the big blind. The action folded to Perry Friedman, who called from the small blind, and Kassin raised. Friedman called.

The flop came down {7-Spades}{a-Spades}{6-Diamonds} and Friedman bet enough to put Kassin all in. He called.

Friedman{k-Clubs}{9-Diamonds}{4-Diamonds}{2-Clubs}
Kassin{a-Diamonds}{q-Hearts}{8-Hearts}{8-Spades}

"I have a low, and a backdoor diamond draw," Friedman joked.

"Backdoor diamond draw?" Kassin echoed. "Now I'm scared."

Ironically, the {k-Diamonds} on the turn was a diamond, but it wasn't backdoor diamonds that did Kassin in. A second king - the {k-Hearts} - spiked on the river, giving Friedman three kings, and the win.

Kassin was eliminated in 22nd place, and will take home $6,884.

Perry Friedman us
Perry Friedman
us 281,000 18,000
Charles Kassin us
Charles Kassin
us Ausgeschieden

Tags: Charles KassinPerry Friedman

Seating Assignments for Final 22

Shamus • Level 19

Table 445

SeatNameChips
1Allen Bari64,000
2Michael Moed73,000
3Daniel Ratigan109,500
4Daniel Harmetz129,000
5Timothy Frazin67,000
6--Empty-- 
7Brandon Guss66,000
8Jeff Lisandro355,000

Table 451

SeatNameChips
1Perry Friedman263,000
2Charles Kassin18,000
3Oleksii Kovalchuk143,000
4--Empty-- 
5Bryan Devonshire180,500
6Yuval Bronshtein212,500
7Dale Phillips101,000
8Tim Burt89,500

Table 457

SeatNameChips
1Mark Gregorich105,000
2Wing Wong76,000
3Norman Chad224,500
4Mike Krescanko172,000
5Tom Schneider182,000
6Joe Weinberger78,000
7Anthony Bellino21,500
8George Danzer219,500
Level:
19
Blinds:
/
Ante:

22 Return for Day 3

Shamus
Jeff Lisandro
Jeff Lisandro

Welcome back to Day 3 of Event 42: $2,500 Omaha/Seven Card Stud Hi-Low 8-or-Better where Jeff Lisandro sits atop the counts with 22 players remaining.

Lisandro is seeking a sixth WSOP bracelet, something only 11 other players have accomplished in the 43-year-history of the Series. But the 2009 WSOP Player of the Year will have to negotiate his way through an especially tough field of remaining competitors to reach that goal.

In second position sits Perry Friedman, looking to add a second bracelet to the won he earned in 2002 in a $1,500 Omaha Hi-Low Eight-or-Better event. And in third sits a certain poker TV announcer looking to improve on a 12th-place finish in last summer's $1,500 Seven Card Stud Hi-Low 8-or-Better event, Norman "Beyond Fairly Tale It's Inconceivable" Chad.

Rounding out the top five are two more talented competitors, George Danzer and Yuval Bronshtein, and it doesn't get any easier from there, with Tom Schneider in sixth. Schneider won this same event in 2007, the first of two bracelets he won on his way to winning that year's WSOP Player of the Year.

There's still a long way to go, with lots of small bets, big bets, split pots, quarters, and scoops to go before a winner is found. Join us for all of the coverage about an hour from now when play resumes at 2 PM local time.

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