Jared Bleznick holds the chip lead heading into the final table of Event #8 $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha. Joining Bleznick at the final table are Maxx Coleman, Christopher Usude, Ali Imsirovic, Frank Crivello, and Joseph Sanders, who just missed out on the Event #2 final table finishing in eighth place. Coleman, who sits just 35,000 chips behind Bleznick, returns to the Pot-Limit Omaha final table for the second time this series, after finishing fifth in Event #2.
The 63-entrant field created a prize pool of $630,000, and the remaining players are guaranteed at least $37,800, with the winner taking home $189,000.
Dylan Weisman just missed out on his second Pot-limit Omaha final table after he doubled up and then was eliminated by Imsirovic on consecutive hands to end the night. Weisman’s tournament came to a close when he got it all in before the flop holding against the of Imsirovic, who flopped quad queens to eliminate Weisman in seventh place.
Adam Hendrix was the first player out in the money when he got his last 200,000 in chips in the middle holding top pair against the top pair and nut flush draw of Bleznick. Bleznick would make runner-runner full house to eliminate Hendrix in ninth place.
Fresh off his Event #7 win David Peters would navigate a short stack for most of the money bubble, eventually falling to Weisman, who went runner-runner flush to eliminate him in eighth place.
Alex Epstein was the chip leader heading into the final two tables of play, but after doubling up most of his table, he was eliminated on the money bubble when Coleman turned the wheel and left Epstein drawing dead to a chop. Other notables to finish just outside the money included Event #1 winner Jake Daniels, Jeremy Ausmus, Cary Katz, and Steve Zolotow, who was looking for his fourth final table of the series.
|Event #8 Final Table|
|1||Christopher Usude||United States||510,000|
|2||Frank Crivello||United States||575,000|
|3||Maxx Coleman||United States||1,980,000|
|4||Ali Imsirovic||Bosnia and Herzegovina||1,305,000|
|5||Jared Bleznick||United States||2,015,000|
|6||Joseph Sanders||United States||1,500,000|
There is 13:00 minutes remaining in Level 13 and the button will be in seat 4, with a dead small blind.
The final six players will return to the PokerGO Studio on Friday, June 11, at 12 p.m. PT with the final table airing on PokerGO.com at 1 p.m. PT.
The play has been suspended for the evening, and the final six players will return to the PokerGO Studio, June 11, at 12 p.m. PT.
Action folded to Ali Imsirovic in the small blind, and he opened. Dylan Weisman was in the big blind, and he announced pot. Imsirovic re-potted, and Weisman called all-in.
The board ran out , and Imsirovic flopped quads to eliminate Weisman in seventh place for $31,500.
Ali Imsirovic was all-in for his last 250,000 holding , and Dylan Weisman called holding .
Imsirovic flopped trip deuces to double.
Big Blind Ante
With a board reading Christopher Usude fired for 100,000. Dylan Weisman was the only other player in the hand, and he announced pot which was enough to put Usude all-in. Usude snap-called for 310,000 total.
The board ran out on the turn, and when the landed on the river, Usude made a queen-high flush to double.
Seat 1 – Christopher Usude
Seat 2 – Frank Crivello
Seat 3 – Maxx Coleman
Seat 4 – Ali Imsirovic
Seat 5 – Dylan Weisman
Seat 6 – Jared Bleznick
Seat 7 – Joseph Sanders
David Peters was all-in for his last 290,000 holding against Dylan Weisman and his .
The board ran out and Weisman’s runner-runner flush sent Peters to the rail in eighth place for a $25,200 payday.
Action folded to Jared Bleznick in the small blind, and he opened to 60,000. Adam Hendrix was in the big blind and called.
The dealer spread the , and Bleznick potted for 140,000, which was enough to put Hendrix all-in. Hendrix called.
The board ran out on the turn and the on the river, and Hendrix was eliminated in ninth place for $18,900.
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