Event #63: $1,500 Omaha Mix

Event Info

Buy-in $1,500
Preispool $967,950
Players 717

Level Info

Level 34
Blinds 60,000 / 120,000
Ante 0



Van Alstyne Doubles Through Zyrin

zedmaster84 • Level 31: 30,000-60,000, 0 ante
James Van Alstyne
James Van Alstyne

Omaha Hi-Lo

James Van Alstyne raised the button and Anatolii Zyrin called in the small blind. The flop brought {a-Spades}{q-Clubs}{j-Hearts} and Zyrin checked, Van Alstyne bet. Zyrin gave it some thought and eventually raised, then called the shove of Van Alstyne.

James Van Alstyne: {a-Diamonds}{k-Diamonds}{j-Clubs}{10-Diamonds}
Anatolii Zyrin: {a-Hearts}{9-Clubs}{4-Diamonds}{3-Spades}

Zyrin needed running cards to deal the final blow, but the {k-Clubs} turn and {q-Hearts} river were both blanks to let Van Alstyne double for 525,000 in total.

Anatolii Zyrin ru
Anatolii Zyrin
ru 2,750,000 -580,000
James Van Alstyne us
James Van Alstyne
us 1,170,000 585,000

Tags: Anatolii ZyrinJames van Alstyne

Level: 31

Pot-Limit Blinds: 30,000/60,000
Limits: 120,000/240,000

A Champion Will Be Crowned In Event #63: $1,500 Omaha Mix

Defending champion Yueqi Zhu
Defending champion Yueqi Zhu

After three tournament days, Event #63: $1,500 Omaha Mix has been whittled down to the final four out of a field of 717 entries and action is set to resume at 2 p.m. local time to determine the latest champion at the 2019 World Series of Poker.

The lion's share of the $967,950 prizepool is still up for grabs and Yueqi Zhu will aim for back-to-back titles in this event, entering the final day second in chips with 2,735,000. One year ago, Zhu claimed his maiden bracelet after overcoming a 773-entry field and he also finished 6th in this tournament when it took place for the first time in 2017.

Leading the field into the final day is Russia's Anatolii Zyrin, who dominated the late stages of Day 3 to bag up 3,330,000. Zyrin came close to victory this summer already when he finished 2nd in Event #17 $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Shootout and will try to finish one spot higher when the final river card has been dealt.

Frenchman [Removed:146] (1,960,000) and WSOP bracelet winner James Van Alstyne (585,000) complete the line-up for the final day and will take their seats in the Amazon Gold section of the Rio.

SeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig BlindsBig Bets
1James Van AlstyneUnited States585,00092
2Anatolii ZyrinRussia3,300,0005514
4Yueqi ZhuUnited States2,735,0004611

The action resumes with blinds of 30,000/60,000 and limits of 120,000/240,000, and Van Alstyne requires an early rush to get back into contention. All remaining four hopefuls have $58,289 locked up for the efforts already, but a payday of $199,838 and the coveted gold bracelet awaits for the winner.

Stay tuned for more, as the PokerNews team will be on the floor to provide updates on all the action until a champion has been crowned.

Results and Remaining Payouts

PlaceWinnerCountryPrize (USD)
1  $199,838
2  $123,466
3  $84,106
4  $58,289
5Aron DermerUnited States$41,112
6Iori YogoJapan$29,518
7Alan SternbergUnited States$21,582

Tags: Anatolii ZyrinJames van AlstyneYueqi Zhu

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