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CPPT VII - DeepStack Championship Poker Series

$5,000 CPPT Main Event No-Limit Hold'em $2 Million GTD


Chris Klodnicki Doubles Through Andrey Pateychuk

Chris Klodnicki moved all in for 310,000 from middle position and Andrey Pateychuk called out of the big blind. Klodnicki showed A6 and was in the lead against Pateychuk’s A5. The board came A93K2 and ...

World Series of Poker -- Day 2 of Event No. 50 ($5,000 Pot-Limit Omaha)

Robert Mizrachi Looking for Second Pot-Limit Omaha Bracelet


Robert MizrachiRobert Mizrachi has a wide chip lead at the end of day two in event No. 50 ($5,000 pot-limit Omaha) at the 2010 World Series of Poker.

Mizrachi was hovering near the top of the chip counts early Wednesday morning, until a hand versus Andrew Black gave him a massive chip stack of 200,000 more than his nearest competitor.

Black and Mizrachi saw a 9Club Suit 7Spade Suit 4Spade Suit flop. Black moved all in. Mizrachi called and tabled the ASpade Suit KSpade Suit 7Heart Suit 7Club Suit for a set and the nut flush draw. Black exposed the QSpade Suit 9Spade Suit 8Diamond Suit 7Diamond Suit for top two pair and an inferior flush draw. The 8Club Suit fell on the turn and the 10Club Suit landed on the river, eliminating Black. Mizrachi collected the massive pot and was around 800,000 after the hand.

Mizrachi is no stranger to tough pot-limit Omaha fields. He won event No. 50 three years ago at the 2007 WSOP. Mizrachi captured his first career bracelet in the $10,000 pot-limit Omaha championship to go along with $768,889 in prize money.

Robert was also at the final table when his brother, Michael Mizrachi, won the $50,000 Players Championship this year. The elder Mizrachi has a solid chance at breaking the one-to-one bracelet tie with his brother when play resumes tomorrow at 3 p.m. PDT.

The action on day two of the $5,000 pot-limit Omaha event was slow. The money bubble burst just one level before play ended for the night.

Men Nguyen, winner of event No. 10 ($10,000 seven card stud championship), was the bubble boy due to an ill-timed bluff versus Ryan D’Angelo.

Men NguyenNguyen bet 16,000 and D’Angelo raised the pot. Nguyen called. The flop came QSpade Suit JDiamond Suit 9Spade Suit. Nguyen moved all in for 107,000, which was a bit less than the pot. D’Angelo had Nguyen slightly covered. D’Angelo tanked before eventually calling. Nguyen exposed the ADiamond Suit 8Heart Suit 4Diamond Suit 3Club Suit while D’Angelo exposed the ASpade Suit AHeart Suit 9Heart Suit 5Heart Suit and was far ahead. The 10Club Suit on the turn and the 5Spade Suit on the river didn’t change anything. Nguyen was eliminated and the remaining players were in the money.

Other notables who have cashed and still remain in the event include Ran Azor, Benjamin Spindler, Jason Mercier, Di Dang, Joe Beevers, Josh Tieman, Julian Gardner, Joe Serock, Eric Liu, Ayaz Mahmood, Justin Smith and Nam Le.

Stay tuned to Card Player tomorrow starting at 3 p.m. PDT for level-by-level updates from event No. 50. The plan is to play down to a winner.