The dinner break is over, and Level 25 has begun.
Posted 2012-06-18 GMT-6
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The remaining five players have been sent on 60-minute dinner break. Here is how their counts look at the moment.
|David "Bakes" Baker||1,305,000||330,000|
From the cutoff seat, Phil Ivey raised. Phil Hellmuth called from the big blind and the flop came down . Hellmuth checked and Ivey bet. Hellmuth called.
Just as the dealer was finished burning, Hellmuth announced a check. The landed on the turn and both players checked. The river was the and Hellmuth check-called a bet from Ivey.
Hellmuth turned over the for the ace-high flush and Ivey mucked his hand.
Tags: Phil Hellmuth, Phil Ivey.
Abe Mosseri barely had a leg to stand on when he got his stack all-in during a round of Omaha Eight-or-Better. It was against David Bakes Baker, who opened up the hand in question with a raise from under the gun. Mosseri was in the big blind and committed his last chips, with the two players turning their hands over.
The board was no help to Mosseri, with Baker managing to scoop up the pot to send Mosseri home in 6th place for a $75,511 score.
Tags: Abe Mosseri, David Bakes Baker.
Phil Hellmuth limped in from the small blind, John Monnette raised out of the big blind, and Hellmuth called. The dealer fanned , and Hellmuth check-raised Monnette. Monnette called.
The turn was the , and Hellmuth slowed down, check-calling a bet. The completed the board, and Hellmuth check-called one last bet. Monnette tabled for an ace-high flush, and Hellmuth showed two aces before angrily mucking his hand.
Tags: Phil Hellmuth, John Monnette.
In middle position, Abe Mosseri raised it up and only Phil Ivey in the small blind made the call. The flop would see IVey lead and Mosseri call. The turn and again Ivey would bet and Mosseri call. The completed the board on the river and Ivey had his last chips committed to the pot.
Mosseri had broadway on the turn, but the flush on the river for Ivey and he would double-up, while Mosseri is now in trouble.
Tags: Abe Mosseri, Phil Ivey.
John Monnette raised in the small blind, Phil Ivey defended from the big, and the dealer fanned . Monnette check-called a bet, and the turn was the . Monnette checked, Ivey bet, and Monnette raised. Ivey tanked for nearly thirty seconds, grabbed the rest of his stack, and did a little pump fake.
He eventually stuck it in, and Monnette snap-called.
Ivey was in trouble, but the completed the board, and the pot was chopped.
Tags: Phil Ivey, John Monnette.
Abe Mosseri and Paul Sokoloff took a flop of . Both players checked. The turn was the , and Sokoloff led out. Mosseri called.
Sokoloff led once more when the completed the board, and Mosseri called. Sokoloff tabled for trip kings, and Mosseri mucked, leaving himself with just 67,000 chips.
The very next hand, he was all in holding against David "Bakes" Baker's . The board ran out , and Mosseri doubled to just over 140,000 chips.
Tags: Abe Mosseri, Paul Sokoloff, David Bakes Baker.
|Winner||David "Bakes" Baker|
|Blinds||0 / 0|
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