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It will take an extra day to decide a champion of Event #80: $1,500 Mixed No-Limit Hold’em/Pot-Limit Omaha. Day 3 was scheduled to be the final day of the tournament but after 10 levels, seven players still remain. Today’s survivors will come back Saturday for a 12 p.m. restart, with the WSOP bracelet and first-place prize of $304,793 on the line.
Ayaz Mahmood will start Day 4 as the chip leader, as he ended the night with 8,430,000 chips. Mahmood started building the mountain of chips in the early levels of the day and maintained status at or near the top of the leaderboard for several of the day's latter levels.
Mahmood will be gunning for his second WSOP bracelet, with the first coming in the 2010 $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em Heads-Up Championship. He already has three cashes at the 2019 WSOP, all of them in either Omaha or hold’em events.
Other big stacks at the final table include Lucas Greenwood, who rode a late-level surge to end with a 6,515,000 stack. Canada's Greenwood, a regular on the worldwide high roller tournament circuit, will seek to add his first WSOP bracelet to a resume that includes more than two million in live tournament earnings.
Rounding out the remaining players at the final table are Jeremy Kottler (5,145,00), Eddie Blumenthal (3,240,000), Peter Linton (3,115,000), Jerry Odeen (2,380,000) and Adam Demersseman (2,315,000).
A couple of WSOP bracelet winners came up short in their quests to add another championship to their resumes. Sebastian Langrock took home $11,688 for a sixth-place finish, while David “ODB” Baker almost made it to the final table, but bowed out in 10th place for a $23,625 payday.
Rania Nasreddine was the next to go out after Baker, also cashing for $23,625 for her ninth-place finish. Nasreddine spun up a short stack to start the day and lasted all the way until the final table, becoming the first casualty among the final nine after being eliminated by Greenwood. Nasreddine went over the top of a Greenwood open, for her last eight big blinds. Her king-queen wasn’t enough to double up, as Greenwood's ace-high won the pot, and her tournament run ended.
Gary Bolden, second in chips to start Day 3, finished eighth for $30,640 in prize money. Bolden was absent for the first 90 minutes of play, showing up halfway through the second level of the day. Despite the late start, Bolden was a factor at every table he was seated at throughout the day.
Other notable eliminations included Lexy Gavin (11th for $18,447), Mikhail Semin (23rd for $9,487), and WSOP bracelet winners Steve Sung (39th for $6,504) and Ankush Mandavia (36th for $6,504).
The restart commences Saturday with play beginning at Level 31 and the blinds at 100,000/200,000 with a 200,000 big blind ante. Follow along with the PokerNews live reporting team as the bonus Day 4 of this tournament continues and a winner is crowned.
|1||Peter Linton||United Kingdom||3,115,000|
|2||Jeremy Kottler||United States||5,145,000|
|3||Adam Demersseman||United States||2,315,000|
|5||Ayaz Mahmood||United States||8,430,000|
|6||Eddie Blumenthal||United States||3,240,000|
The action folded around to Jerry Odeen in the small blind who raised to 360,000 and Peter Linton defended the big blind.
On the flop of Odeen check-called a bet of 250,000.
The turn was the , Odeen checked again and Linton fired out 600,000 and that was enough for Odeen to give up the pot.
Jeremy Kottler opened to 260,000 from the hijack, and Lucas Greenwood three-bet to 860,000 on the small blind.
Kottler four-bet to 2,100,000, and Greenwood responded with an all-in five-bet. Kottler folded, and Greenwood added more than two million chips to his stack.
Ayaz Mahmood raised in the cutoff to 275,000 and Eddie Blumenthal announced 'pot' to raise to the maximum, which was 1,005,000, and the action folded back around to Mahmood who called.
The flop came and Mahmood put in a stack of 25,000 chips and Blumenthal snap-called his remaining 675,000.
Blumenthal flopped a set of aces and the turn was the giving him quads and sealing his double up and the river was just a formality.
The action folded around to Jeremy Kottler in the cutoff who raised to 300,000 and Gary Bolden who was next to act three-bet all of his chips for roughly 890,000, the blinds folded and Kottler called fast.
The flop came giving Kottler a full house and Bolden couldn't catch up on the turn and river.
Lucas Greenwood opened in middle position, and Rania Nasreddine three-bet all in for her 795,000 stack. Greenwood made the call and the two players went to the heads-up showdown.
Nasreddine had a fighting chance when the cards were turned over, but no help came on the runout.
Jeremy Kottler raised under-the-gun to 300,000 and Peter Linton called in the big blind.
The flop came , Linton check-raised the entire pot after Kottler bet out 300,000 and Kottler snap-folded.
Ayaz Mahmood opened to 260,000 in early position, and the action folded to Lucas Greenwood, who raised to 840,000 in the big blind.
Mahmood called, bringing a flop of . Greenwood bet and Mahmood immediately folded.