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2023 World Series of Poker

Event #45: $1,500 Mixed Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better
Giorni 2
Event Info

2023 World Series of Poker

Risultati finali
Mano Vincente
Event Info
Informazioni livello
100,000 / 200,000
Informazioni Giocatori - Giorno 2
Giocatori Rimasti

Event #45: $1,500 Mixed Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better

Giorno 2 completo

Joey Couden Builds Commanding Lead; Nick Kost, Shaun Deeb Near the Top on Day 2 of $1,500 Mixed Omaha Hi-Lo

Livello 25 : Blinds 8,000/16,000, 16,000 ante
Joey Couden
Joey Couden

Joey Couden took out a Hollywood star and became the star on Day 2 of Event #45: $1,500 Mixed Omaha Hi-Lo at the 2003 World Series of Poker at the Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas.

Couden knocked out actor James Woods with set over set on his way to bagging up a chip-leading stack of 2,885,000. The World Series of Poker bracelet winner, who won his lone title in a $1,500 Omaha Hi-Lo event in 2018, is in pole position over the remaining 33 players when play resumes on June 21 at 1 p.m. local time.

Nick Kost, already with a runner-up finish in an Omaha Hi-Lo event this series, is in second place after winning what he called the “pot of the tournament.” Kost took out Sam Farha and doubled up off Mark Erickson to win a massive pot and take the tournament chip lead early on Day 2. He then knocked out Leonid Yanovski by hitting a ten on the river on his way to ending the night with 2,010,000.

Day 2 Top 10 Chip Counts

RankPlayerCountryChip Count
1Joey CoudenUnited States2,885,000
2Nick KostUnited States2,010,000
3Carlos GuerreroUnited States1,606,000
4Shaun DeebUnited States1,490,000
5Chris DeMaciUnited States1,455,000
6Alex LivingstonCanada1,340,000
7Allan LeUnited States1,290,000
8William KerkaertUnited States1,030,000
9Zhen CaiUnited States1,025,000
10Raj VohraUnited States1,020,000

Right behind them on the leaderboard is Shaun Deeb, who will be on a quest for his seventh WSOP bracelet and second this year when he returns to the tables with 1,490,000. Alex Livingston (1,340,000), Allan Le (1,290,000), and Zhen Cai (1,025,000) also finished in the million-chip club, while Martin Zamani (625,000) and Leif Force (320,000) are further down the leaderboard and will look to make a big move on the final day.

Day 2 began with 316 players out of a starting field of 1,091. Only 164 would make the money, and along the way, Dan Zack, Jeff Lisandro, and Barny Boatman joined Farha in falling short of the money.

Once the bubble burst, Day 1 chip leader Scott Clements (161st), Mike Matusow (130th), Allen Kessler (102nd), Woods (65th), Ben Lamb (60th), and Men Nguyen (55th) made the walk to the payout desk.

The action picks up on Day 3 in Level 26 at 1pm local time, with Pot-Limit blinds of 10,000-20,000 and limits of 40,000-80,000. Every player remaining is already guaranteed $7,279 and is eying the $253,651 top prize and coveted WSOP gold bracelet. The plan is to reduce the 33 surviving players down to a final table and, ultimately, a champion.

PokerNews will also be back on Day 3, providing updates as the remaining field gets whittled down until just one is left standing.

Tags: Alex LivingstonAllan LeJames WoodsJoey CoudenLeif ForceMartin ZamaniNick KostShaun DeebZhen Cai

Seat Draw for Day 3

Livello 25 : Blinds 8,000/16,000, 16,000 ante
CasinoTableSeatPlayerCountryChip Count
Horseshoe6741Richard DavisUnited States970,000
Horseshoe6742Alexander HoffUnited States390,000
Horseshoe6743Zhen CaiUnited States1,025,000
Horseshoe6744Raj VohraUnited States1,020,000
Horseshoe6745Jesse KnightUnited States540,000
Horseshoe6746Kyle MerronUnited States355,000
Horseshoe6747Maury BarrettUnited States400,000
Horseshoe6751Gregory JamisonUnited States655,000
Horseshoe6752Maksim PisarenkoRussia285,000
Horseshoe6753Nelio GattaItaly905,000
Horseshoe6754Jeffrey VaughnUnited States420,000
Horseshoe6755Joseph CoudenUnited States2,885,000
Horseshoe6756Senovio Ramirez IIIUnited States420,000
Horseshoe6757John ZableUnited States160,000
Horseshoe6761Benjamin MinerUnited States695,000
Horseshoe6762Leif ForceUnited States320,000
Horseshoe6763Erle MankinUnited States615,000
Horseshoe6764William LeffingwellUnited States610,000
Horseshoe6765Martin ZamaniUnited States625,000
Horseshoe6766Vangelis KaimakamisGreece850,000
Horseshoe6767Benjamin DrozFrance345,000
Horseshoe6772Mihails MorozovsLatvia430,000
Horseshoe6773Nick KostUnited States2,010,000
Horseshoe6774Andrew SeabrightUnited Kingdom510,000
Horseshoe6775Rodney AssousFrance880,000
Horseshoe6776Alex LivingstonCanada1,340,000
Horseshoe6777Grzegorz DerkowskiGermany170,000
Horseshoe6782Carlos GuerreroUnited States1,606,000
Horseshoe6783Allan LeUnited States1,290,000
Horseshoe6784Shaun DeebUnited States1,490,000
Horseshoe6785Richie AllenUnited Kingdom440,000
Horseshoe6786Chris DeMaciUnited States1,455,000
Horseshoe6787William KerkaertUnited States1,030,000

End of Day Chip Counts (completo)

Livello 25 : Blinds 8,000/16,000, 16,000 ante
Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Joey Couden us
Joey Couden
2,885,000 715,000
Day 2 Chip Leader
WSOP 1X Winner
Nick Kost us
Nick Kost
2,010,000 110,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Carlos Guerrero us
Carlos Guerrero
1,606,000 306,000
Shaun Deeb us
Shaun Deeb
1,490,000 -40,000
WSOP 6X Winner
Chris DeMaci us
Chris DeMaci
1,455,000 5,000
Alex Livingston ca
Alex Livingston
1,340,000 290,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Allan Le us
Allan Le
1,290,000 730,000
WSOP 1X Winner
William Kerkaert us
William Kerkaert
1,030,000 -270,000
Zhen Cai us
Zhen Cai
1,025,000 -25,000
Raj Vohra us
Raj Vohra
1,020,000 305,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Richard Davis au
Richard Davis
970,000 868,000
Nelio Gatta it
Nelio Gatta
905,000 385,000
Rodney Assous fr
Rodney Assous
880,000 30,000
Vangelis Kaimakamis gr
Vangelis Kaimakamis
850,000 65,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Benjamin Miner us
Benjamin Miner
695,000 75,000
Gregory Jamison us
Gregory Jamison
655,000 440,000
Martin Zamani us
Martin Zamani
625,000 -375,000
Erle Mankin us
Erle Mankin
615,000 365,000
William Leffingwell
William Leffingwell
610,000 481,500
WSOP 1X Winner
Jesse Knight us
Jesse Knight
540,000 140,000
Andrew Seabright gb
Andrew Seabright
510,000 -190,000
Richie Allen gb
Richie Allen
440,000 130,000
Mihails Morozovs lv
Mihails Morozovs
430,000 320,000
Jeffrey Vaughn us
Jeffrey Vaughn
420,000 -100,000
Senovio Ramirez
Senovio Ramirez
420,000 50,000

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Taylor Doesn't Make It Through the Night

Livello 25 : Blinds 8,000/16,000, 16,000 ante

Big O

On one of the last hands of Day 2, Thomas Taylor found himself all in for 136,000 from the hijack and up against Zhen Cai in the cutoff.

Thomas Taylor: AQ10103
Zhen Cai: A7643

The board ran out 2J442 and Cai made trip fours to send Taylor to the payout desk right before players bagged up for the night.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Zhen Cai us
Zhen Cai
1,050,000 280,000
Thomas Taylor ca
Thomas Taylor

Tags: Thomas TaylorZhen Cai

Miner Finds a Late-Night Double

Livello 25 : Blinds 8,000/16,000, 16,000 ante

Big O

Heads-up on a 10J4 flop, Zhen Cai bet 110,000 from the small blind before Benjamin Miner raised all in for 340,000 in the big blind. Cai quickly called.

Benjamin Miner: AA432
Zhen Cai: J10887

Cai was ahead with his top two pair as the 6 fell on the turn. Miner was now drawing to a low but instead spiked the A on the river to make a set.

Miner didn't realize he doubled up at first. "I was focused on the low," he said before scooping up the big pot.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Zhen Cai us
Zhen Cai
770,000 -430,000
Benjamin Miner us
Benjamin Miner
620,000 418,500

Tags: Benjamin MinerZhen Cai

Duran Goes Up Against Deeb, Ends Up On the Sidelines

Livello 25 : Blinds 8,000/16,000, 16,000 ante

Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo

Shaun Deeb raised to 32,000, and the player on the button called. Octaviano Duran went all in from the big blind for around 130,000, and with action back on Deeb, he paused very briefly before announcing pot.

The button folded to send Deeb and Duran to a runout with Duran at risk.

Octaviano Duran: A1084
Shaun Deeb: AKJ10

Duran was in rough shape, and when the flop came KJ2, he was drawing even thinner to survive.

The turn and river came the 9 and 5, and with that, Deeb showed another player the door as he continues chipping up late into the night.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Shaun Deeb us
Shaun Deeb
1,530,000 288,000
WSOP 6X Winner
Octaviano Duran us
Octaviano Duran

Tags: Octaviano DuranShaun Deeb

Vaughn Busts Brandt, Much to His Surprise

Livello 25 : Blinds 8,000/16,000, 16,000 ante

Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo

Lawrence Brandt moved all in for around 105,000 from the button and Jeff Vaughn called in the small blind.

Lawrence Brandt: QQ543
Jeff Vaughn: AJJ6

Brandt was ahead with his queens until the 710A flop gave Vaughn a pair of aces. The board ran out 107 and Vaughn's ace sent Brandt to the rail.

"Really," Vaughn said in shock that his pair held up to secure him the knockout.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Jeffrey Vaughn us
Jeffrey Vaughn
520,000 438,000
Lawrence Brandt us
Lawrence Brandt
WSOP 2X Winner

Tags: Jeff VaughnLawrence Brandt

Seabright Scoops a Big One

Livello 25 : Blinds 8,000/16,000, 16,000 ante

Big O

A massive three-way all in developed that saw Jesse David all in for 70,000, Andrew Seabright all in for around 350,000, and Rodney Assous having both players covered and at risk.

Jesse David: A9765
Andrew Seabright: AAK98
Rodney Assous: A9732

The flop read J49, while David made a flush on the K turn. The river, though, came the K and Seabright made a full house, kings and nines, to scoop the entire pot and send David to the rail.

After the hand, even the dealer remarked that it was the biggest pot he had witnessed today.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Rodney Assous fr
Rodney Assous
850,000 680,000
Andrew Seabright gb
Andrew Seabright
700,000 635,000
Jesse David us
Jesse David

Tags: Andrew SeabrightJesse DavidRodney Assous