Joseph Sanders limped the cutoff, as did Ben Yu on the button. Paul Kuzmich called in the small blind before Scott Seiver raised to 30,000 from the big blind. Sanders folded, but both Yu and Kuzmich called. The flop landed [9cKd8c], and after Kuzmuch checked, Seiver bet the pot of 102,000.
Proving to be quite the mixed-game specialist, Japan's Tamon Nakamura captured his second title of the 2022 U.S. Poker Open, defeating Phil Hellmuth heads-up to take home $239,700 in Event #6: $15,000 8-Game. Nakamura now has four cashes at the 2022 U.S. Poker Open and sits atop the series leaderboard
Hold'em Ben Yu raised the button and Jeremy Ausmus three-bet the small blind. Tamon Nakamura made it four bets from the big blind, and both Yu and Ausmus called. The flop landed [Jc4s9d] and action checked to Yu who bet 60,000. Both Ausmus and Nakamura called as the turn fell the [5c]. Action
Omaha Hi-Lo Jeremy Ausmus raised to 100,000 from under the gun and Maxx Coleman called all-in for 80,000 from the small blind. Ben Yu raised to 150,000 in the big blind and Ausmus called. The [4c8cJc] flop checked through to reveal the [Qs] on the turn. Yu bet 100,000 and Ausmus
Stud Tamon Nakamura completed with the [9h] and Maxx Coleman raised. Ben Yu made it 120,000 and after Nakamura folded, Coleman called. Yu bet fourth and fifth streets and Coleman called fourth, before folding on fifth. Coleman: [XxXx] / [Qh2d6d] Yu: [XxXx] / [Ks6h7c]
Razz Tamon Nakamura completed and Ben Yu called. Nakamura bet fourth and fifth and Yu called each street as both players checked sixth. Nakamura: [XxXx] / [4x5x9xQx] / [Xx] Yu: [XxXx] / [5x9x2xTx] / [Xx] Yu led out on seventh and Nakamura folded.
Pot-Limit Omaha Philip Long raised to 30,000 in the cutoff and Ben Yu called in the big blind. The flop landed [5h9c9d] and both players checked to reveal the [8d] on the turn. Yu bet out 25,000 and Long called as the river fell the [Qs]. Yu bet 80,000 and Long used two time