2011 World Series of Poker

Event #29: $2,500 10-Game Mix / Six Handed
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2011 World Series of Poker

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Nivel: 27

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John D'Agostino Eliminated in 6th Place ($32,200)

Nivel 26
John D'Agostino - 6th Place
John D'Agostino - 6th Place

Pot-Limit Omaha

There was only one significant hand during the Pot-Limit Omaha phase, but it resulted in our first elimination from our official final table.

All the money was in the middle pre-flop; John D'Agostino was risking it all with {A-Spades}{Q-Spades}{10-Diamonds}{7-Hearts} but needed a great deal of help against Chris Lee, who had called with {K-Hearts}{K-Clubs}{10-Spades}{5-Diamonds}.

And help he did get, as the dealer spread the flop of {7-Clubs}{A-Diamonds}{Q-Diamonds} to give him top two pair. The {10-Hearts} changed nothing, but gave Lee the Broadway draw - which he did hit with the river {J-Clubs}. Shazam!

For his sixth place finish, D'Agostino collects $32,200 from the cage.

Taguri: John D'AgostinoChris Lee

Deeb Stretches His Lead

Omaha 8/B

Shaun Deeb and Brian Haveson took the first two pots uncontested, then in the third hand, the action folded to Chris Lee who completed the small blind before Deeb raised from the big blind. Lee called, but then check-folded after Deeb led out on the flop of {9-Hearts}{Q-Hearts}{7-Spades}. Deeb showed {A-Hearts}{6-Hearts}{4-Hearts}{3-Hearts} for the nut flush draw before raking in the pot.

In the fourth hand, Travis Pearson raised from the hijack and Kendall Fukumoto called from the big blind before check-folding the flop of {K-Hearts}{8-Diamonds}{10-Spades}.

In the fifth hand, Deeb raised from the button and Fukumoto called from the small blind and then check-called Deeb's bet after the flop of {4-Spades}{4-Diamonds}{J-Clubs} before both players checked the turn of the {J-Hearts} and the river {Q-Hearts}. Deeb's two pair with {A-Spades}{10-Diamonds}{7-Diamonds}{5-Clubs} was best and he took down the pot, leaving Fukumoto with just 160,000.

In the final hand of Omaha 8/B, Deeb came in with another raise from the cutoff and Travis Pearson called from the big blind before they both checked the flop of {5-Spades}{3-Clubs}{2-Diamonds}. Pearson then led out and Deeb called on both the turn of the {5-Hearts} and the river {3-Diamonds} before the showdown; Pearson showed {A-Spades}{K-Spades}{J-Hearts}{5-Diamonds} but Deeb was able chop with his {A-}{Q-}{J-}{7-}.

We've now switched to Omaha of the Pot-Limit variety.

Jucător Fise Progres
Shaun Deeb us
Shaun Deeb
1,420,000 102,000
WSOP 6X Winner
Kendall Fukumoto
Kendall Fukumoto
160,000 -111,000

Taguri: Brian HavesonChris LeeKendall FukumotoShaun DeebTravis Pearson

A Slow Start

Nivel 26

We played three hands of no-limit 2-7 triple draw.

On the first, Chris Lee raised the button, and Kendall Fukumoto three-bet from the big blind. Lee folded.

On the second, John D'Agostino open-shoved, and he got no callers.

On the third, that happened again.

We've switched to Omaha Hi-Lo now.

Let's Go!

Nivel 26

With 36 minutes left in the level, the cards are back in the air. We're picking up the last few hands of No-Limit 2-7 Single Draw.

The Mothership is Calling

Nivel 26

After losing Kevin Chance, our official final table has called for the racks. The main featured table is available now, and we're going to head over there to play another 2.5 levels.

See you back here in about 20 minutes.

Kevin Chance Eliminated in 7th Place ($23,248)

Nivel 26
Kevin Chance - 7th Place
Kevin Chance - 7th Place

2-7 No Limit

Down to just 12,000 in chips, Kevin Chance got it in the middle before the draw from the big blind after a raise and a call from John D'Agostino and Chris Lee respectively. Chance drew three, while D'Agostino and Lee each drew one and checked before Lee showed down {10-}{9-}{4-}{3-}{2-}.

D'Agostino mucked and the best that Chance could come up with was {A-}{Q-}{7-}{6-}{4-}. He's now out as our "official final table bubble" in seventh place, but he's picked up $23,348 for his efforts. Well played, sir!

Taguri: Kevin ChanceJohn D'AgostinoChris Lee