|Andrew Brown: / /|
|Phil Ivey: / /|
Action was checked by both players on fourth street and then Andrew Brown did the leading on fifth and sixth, with Phil Ivey calling both times. On seventh street, both players checked.
Ivey turned up the and a ninety-eight and Brown mucked his hand.
Abe Mosseri raised from middle position and Phil Hellmuth called from the small blind. Scott Clements called from the big blind and the flop came down .
On the flop, Hellmuth led out and Clements raised. Mosseri folded and then Hellmuth reraised. Clements reraised all in and Hellmuth called.
The turn was the to give Clements a flush and the river was the . Clements doubled up is back to 240,000 in chips.
Paul Sokoloff and Andrew Brown started the day as two of the shortest stacks, but that has changed recently as both of them are sitting behind fairly healthy stacks. Those two recently took part in a Razz hand that went like this.
|Sokoloff: / (FOLDED)|
After the bring-in flicked out a chip with a showing, Brown completed with the showing. Sokoloff made the call. On fourth street, Sokoloff bet and Brown called. On fifth street, Brown bet and Sokoloff thought hard before letting his hand go. "I just laid down a big one," Sokoloff said as Brown raked in the pot.
David Bach started the day as second on the chip leader board, but that changed very quickly as he lost chunks of stack in the first level. Early here in the second level and Bach has been eliminated in 14th place.
We weren't at the table to catch the action, but noticed Matt Waxman was raking in plenty of new chips. We asked him what happened and Phil Hellmuth chimed in, "Mr. Waxman here hit what we in the industry call four-of-a-kind."
Waxman then filled us in that Bach opened under the gun in a round of hold'em and Waxman defended in the big blind. The board ran out and Bach got the remainder of his stack in on the turn. Waxman held and Bach , with Waxman's hand plenty enough to send Bach to the rail.
Posted 2012-06-18 GMT-6
John Hennigan and Andrew Brown took to a flop during a hand of Omaha 8. On the flop, Hennigan check-called a bet from Brown and the turn was dealt. Hennigan led here and then Brown put in a raise - enough to put Hennigan all-in. Hennigan made the call and the two players turned their hands over.
The river and Hennigan's hand would be strong enough to double.
|Phil Hellmuth: / /|
|Matt Waxman: / /|
|Abe Mosseri: / (FOLDED)|
On fourth street, Abe Mosseri bet when he paired his jack. Both Matt Waxman and Phil Hellmuth called. On fifth street, Mosseri opted to check and Waxman fired out a bet. Hellmuth made the call and Mosseri got out of the way. Sixth street saw Waxman again bet and Hellmuth again called. Before Waxman had looked at his seventh card, he fired out a bet.
"Whoa, fired right out, hey?" said Hellmuth as he looked at his opponent.
"When i saw him call with eight-four, i said boy i'm gonna have him in bade shape soon," Hellmuth continued thinking out loud as he made his decision. Eventually he opted to fold and send the pot to Waxman.
|David "Bakes" Baker||700,000||126,000|
|Winner||David "Bakes" Baker|
|Blinds||0 / 0|
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