Folded to Scott Clements on the button, he shoved all in for his stack of around 282,000. Ricky Crandell called all-in for 162,000 and the two players turned their hands over.
The board gave both players trips, but Crandell's kicker managed to help him rake in the pot and leave a dent in Crandell's stack.
Tyler Patterson opened up the pot to 45,000 from under the gun. Theo Tran made the call in the cutoff and a flop was spread on the felt. Patterson led for 55,000 here and Tran made the call. The turn would see both players check and the complete the board on the river. This time Patterson bet 125,000 and then tabled his when Tran made the call. Patterson's flush was enough to take down the pot and add to his stack.
Miguel Proulx has just managed to double up against Dung Nguyen. Proulx managed to wake up with on the button and shoved all in. Nguyen made the call in the small blind holding . The was a safe one for Proulx and he raked in his new chips.
Two-time World Series of Poker gold bracelet winner and arguably the best tournament Pot Limit Omaha player in the world, Scott Clements, has just been moved to Table 445. When he arrived, Theo Tran greeted him like so.
"How does it feel to know your the best player at the table, and you have the biggest arms at the table?
Marcus Gurley shoved his short stack all-in preflop holding and unfortunately ran into the that David Pham held.
Gurley would need plenty of help to survive, but the board didn't do it for him as Gurley was sent home in 14th Place. And then there were 13.
Just a short while after Mihails Morozovs was left crippled against Theo Tran, he has been eliminated by none other than Tran himself.
The last hand of Morozovs tournament began when Tran opened from the cutoff. Morozovs then three-bet shoved from the small blind and Tran quickly called. Morozovs' was in need of some help against Tran's and it was help that woul;d never come as the board sent the pot to Tran.
For that effort, Morozovs goes home with $27,367, while Tran is back to a very healthy stack.
Theo Tran has managed to win a fair chunk of his chip stack back after losing the majority of his chips just a short while ago. The hand in question saw Tran shove for 247,000 on the button. Mihails Morozovs called with in the big blind and by the time the board had run out, Tran was back in the mix.
Blake Cahail is the latest player to be eliminated from this tournament. Cahail's last hand saw his short stack all-in holding against Tyler Patterson's . Cahail was on the button in the hand in question and Patterson in the big blind.
When the , Patterson's hand was good enough to rake in the pot and send Cahail out the door in 16th place.
Michael Borovetz has just been eliminated in 17th place. His last hand saw him all-in holding against the of Zachary Korik.
A board did no favors for Borovetz as he was sent to the rail with $21,689 for his time.
The hand in which Zachary Korik doubled up started when Dung Nguyen opened the pot to 43,000. Korik then three-bet shoved for 366,000 and Nguyen called.
The board ran out and the pot was sent to Korik.
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