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2018 World Series of Poker

Event #60: $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship
Jours 2
Event Info

2018 World Series of Poker

Main Gagnante
Event Info
Prize Pool
Info Niveau
80,000 / 160,000

Michael McKenna Bags Lead; 24 Remain in Event #60: $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship

Niveau 20 : 8,000/16,000, 0 ante
Michael McKenna
Michael McKenna

Earlier this week Michael McKenna made the final table of Event #50: $1,500 Razz and is now knocking on the door of another final table in Event #60: $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship.

McKenna had a roller coaster of a day before eventually bagging up the chip lead. Just before the last break of the night, McKenna took the most of a three-way pot against Abdel Hamid and Jason Berilgen.

McKenna took the majority of the big pot with two-pair and the nut low while the other players only got a small portion with the nut low. That would push McKenna to the top of the counts and while he exchanged several big pots with Jim Collopy near the end of play, he held on to finish with the chip lead, bagging up 1,048,000.

There were 125 players to start the day but by the end of the night, only 24 remained. The money bubble came and went but before that, there were several notables who busted. Some who didn't make it through to the money included Phil Hellmuth, Daniel Negreanu, Allen Kessler, defending champion Bryce Yockey, Robert Mizrachi, Ben Yu, Jesse Martin, Brian Rast, Scott Bohlman and Carol Fuchs.

Another player who also came up short included Rep Porter, the eventual bubble boy. Porter got it all in against Brandon Shack-Harris with a full house, but Shack-Harris had quads and would eliminate Porter, bringing the rest of the players into the money. Porter looked as if he might actually fold the top full house, but in the end, he couldn't let it go.

Some of those who made it into the money but not much further were Nick Schulman (35th for $15,000), Andrew Kelsall (34th for $15,000), Ryan Laplante (32nd for $16,494) and Ian O'Hara (29th for $16,494).

Others returning for Day 3 along with McKenna include the likes of Nathan Gamble (640,000), Jim Collopy (582,000), Cliff Josephy (480,000), Randy Ohel, (476,000), Brandon Shack-Harris (417,000), Phil Galfond (308,000) and Eli Elezra (146,000)

Here is the Day 3 table and seat draw:

TableSeatPlayerChip Count
4311Chris Ferguson344,000
4312Ali Abduljabbar804,000
4313Allan Le337,000
4314Jason Berilgen345,000
4315Chad Power628,000
4316Abdel Hamid158,000
4317Jim Collopy582,000
4318Randy Ohel476,000
4391Nathan Gamble640,000
4392Cliff Josephy452,000
4393Michael McKenna1,048,000
4394Marco Johnson399,000
4395Chris Lee673,000
4396Benjamin Eilers686,000
4397Eli Elezra146,000
4398Assani Fisher533,000
4471Jason Gooch248,000
4472Yong Wang388,000
4473Andreas Klatt628,000
4474Phil Galfond308,000
4475Brandon Shack-Harris417,000
4476Chase Steely633,000
4477Michel Abecassis699,000
4478David "ODB" Baker319,000

These players and the rest of the field will return on Sunday, July 1, at 2 pm where the plan is to play down to a winner, but for this event, there will likely be one extra day of play. PokerNews will, of course, be back with full coverage, so make sure to stay tuned.

Tags: Abdel HamidAllen KesslerAndrew KelsallBrian RastBryce YockeyCliff JosephyDanielDaniel NegreanuEli ElezraIan O'HaraJason BerilgenJesse MartinJim CollopyMichael McKennaNathanNathan GamblePhil GalfondPhil HellmuthRandy OhelRep PorterRobert MizrachiRyan LaplanteScott Bohlman