Dan Kelly brought it in with a showing and Matt Waxman called with a out. Phil Hellmuth then completed with his . Waxman made the call and with Kelly out of the way, continued playing the hand.
|Waxman: / (FOLDED)|
|Hellmuth: / /|
On fourth street, Hellmuth led out and Waxman called. Fifth street and Hellmuth would check-call a bet from Waxman. On Sixth street, Hellmuth led and Waxman thought hard before letting his hand go and sending the pot Hellmuth.
The final table of Event 32: $10,000 H.O.R.S.E. is stacked with bracelets. Phil Hellmuth and Phil Ivey own the vast majority of them, and of the eight remaining players, only two are without hardware:
|5||David “Bakes” Baker||1|
If Hellmuth or Monnette are fortunate enough to win, then they’ll become the first multiple-bracelet winner of 2012. Last year, only Brian Rast won more than one bracelet, and in 2010, only Frank Kassela was able to capture two. Solokoff and Waxman would be ecstatic if they were able to capture their first WSOP gold bracelet, while Mosseri, Baker, and Kelly are all looking for their second career WSOP win.
Of course, all eyes will be on Ivey and Hellmuth – Ivey has predicted that he’ll win 30 career bracelets, Hellmuth has set is goal at 24.
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The cards are in the air for the official final table of Event 32.
Posted 2012-06-18 GMT-6
|5||David “Bakes” Baker||842,000|
With the official final table being set, the players are on a short break. The official chip counts will be posted shortly.
With the exit of Mori Eskandani in 9th place, we are heading to the final table. But first, let us explain how Eskandani's gallant elimination occurred.
It was during a hand of Stud Eight-or-Better and it all started when Paul Sokoloff brought it in with a out front. Matt Waxman then made the call with his and John Monnette called with a . Mori Eskandani then completed with his and Monnette, Waxman and Sokoloff all made the call.
|Sokoloff: / /|
|Waxman: / (FOLDED)|
|Monnettte: / /|
|Eskandani: / /|
On fourth street, Monnette bet his pair and his three opponents called. Fifth street saw Monnette again bet and another three calls came along for the ride. On sixth street, Monnette led again and this time Eskandani raised. Sokoloff made the call and Waxman got out of the way. Monnette threw in the extra chips to call and we would see the final card dealt out.
Monnette checked on seventh and Eskandani shoved his remaining 38,000 into the pot. Sokoloff called and then Monnette check-rasied. Sokoloff called and the three players turned their hole cards over.
Eskandani held was good for a flush, but Monnette's gave him the full house. With no low for Eskandani, he was sent home. The remainder of the pot was chopped up, with Sokoloff holding , enough for a low.
|Paul Sokoloff||/ /|
|Abe Mosseri||/ (FOLDED)|
|More Eskandani||/ /|
Sokoloff completed, Mosseri raised, and Eskandani cold-called. Sokoloff called as well, and Mosseri led out on fourth street. Eskandani called, and so did Sokoloff. On fifth street, Mosseri paired, and Sokoloff led out with the best hand. Mosseri tank-folded, and Eskandani called.
Eskandani check-called another bet on sixth, but was forced to check-fold on seventh, giving Sokoloff the pot.
A few hands later...
Sokoloff completed, and Kelly called. Sokoloff led out on fourth, fifth, and sixth, and Kelly called him down until sixth, where he mucked.
|Abe Mosseri: /|
|Phil Ivey: / (FOLDED)|
After John Monnette brought it in with a , Phil Ivey completed with his deuce. Abe Mosseri then raised it up with his deuce and Ivey called. On fourth street, Ivey led out and Mosseri called. Fifth street and Mosseri would lead and Ivey fold to send the pot to Mosseri.
|Winner||David "Bakes" Baker|
|Blinds||0 / 0|
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