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WSOP: Jelinek Wins Event No. 41 ($1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-low Split-8 or Better) (Latest News About Casino, Poker, Baccarat in Philippines)

WSOP: Jelinek Wins Event No. 41 ($1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-low Split-8 or Better)
Article ID 00043448
Author Scott McDaniel
Date JULY 27 2022
The buzz surrounding the final table of event No. 41 ($1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-low Split-8 or Better) existed because of its potential for historic firsts. Amidst 847 entrants, Phil Hellmuth made it to the final 9 with the hopes of winning a record 12th World Series of Poker bracelet and his first in a non-hold’em event. Also at the table was Mandy Thomas, vying to become the first female bracelet winner in an open event at this year’s WSOP . But flying under radar was Steve Jelinek, a man who made the final table of this same event last year. And Jelinek was still looking for a memorable first of his own. After outlasting Hellmuth, Thomas and the rest of the players at the table, Jelinek found himself in a heads up battle against John Gottlieb. Finally, after three days of countless chops and scoops, and a year of waiting for another chance, Jelinek scooped one final pot, the biggest of his life, and won himself $245,871 along with his first WSOP title. Here Are The Final Table Results 1. Steve Jelinek : $245,871 2. John Gottlieb : $151,884 3. Anders Taylor : $97,913 4. Michael Chappus : $71,728 5. Ben Lamb : $53,319 6. Mandy Thomas : $40,169 7. Phil Hellmuth : $30,633 8. Ryan Karp : $23,635 9. Joel Ettedgi : $18,432 Here Are The Final Table Eliminations, As Reported Live on CardPlayer.com: Ettedgi Busts in 9th Place ($18,432) Joel Ettedgi raised to 84,000 and Mandy Thomas made the call, putting herself all in. From the small blind, Ben Lamb re-raised the pot and Ettegi called, putting himself all in for the side pot. Their hands: Thomas: A 5 2 2 Lamb: A K K 4 Ettedgi: A J 7 3 The flop ran 5 3 2 , giving Lamb a straight. The turn was the 2 , giving quads to Thomas. The 8 finished the board. Thomas got the high in the main pot and she and Lamb chopped the rest of the main pot, while Lamb took the side pot. Ettedgi busted in 9th place, winning $18,432. Thomas had 117,000 after the hand and Lamb had 725,000. Karp Busts in 8th Place ($23,635) It didn’t take long for business to pick up following the dinner break. Shortly after the break short stack Ryan Karp moved all in and was called by Ben Lamb. Their hands: Karp: J 9 8 7 Lamb: A K 6 5 Lamb hit a flush on a board of 3 J 3 A Q and Karp was out in 8th place, making $34,635 for his long last few days. With the pot Lamb started a gradual climb up the leaderboard. Hellmuth Comes Up Short of Bracelet No. 12, Out in 7th ($30,633) Phil Hellmuth got all in preflop with his tournament life on the line against John Gottlieb. Their hands: Hellmuth: A 10 3 2 Gottlieb: A A Q 8 The flop came Q 9 7 , offering Hellmuth no help. The turn was the 10 and the river brought the 9 . Hellmuth’s record 12th bracelet wasn’t in the cards today, as he was the 7th place finisher, making $30,633. Thomas Gone In 6th ($40,169) Like Hellmuth’s memorable win wasn’t meant to be tonight, neither was Mandy Thomas’s. Thomas was 5 players away from being the first woman bracelet winner of 2010, but fell short of that goal shortly after Hellmuth busted. On that hand, Thomas put in a raise from the small blind only to have Ben Lamb re-raise from the big blind enough to put Thomas all in. She called and they showed down: Lamb: A 7 5 3 Thomas: J 8 3 2 The board ran 6 2 K J A to give Lamb a flush and Thomas was gone in 6th place. Thomas nearly became the first woman to win a bracelet in 2010, but ultimately had to settle for the $40,169 sixth-place prize. Lamb Slammed In 5th ($53,319) After a few hours of lots of chopped pots, Ben Lamb was scooped and eliminated in 5th place. On that hand, Lamb raised to 175,000 and was called by Anders Taylor. Lamb got all in and was called by Taylor on a flop of 7 6 4 . Their hands: Taylor: A 4 3 2 Lamb: A 9 7 5 The board finished with the K on the turn and A on the river, giving Taylor a flush to go along with the nut low, scooping the pot and busting Lamb, who took $53,319 of the prize pool. Chappus Forced Out in 4th Place ($71,728) A raising war with Anders Taylor got Michael Chappus all in for his tournament life preflop. Their hands: Chappus: A 8 5 2 Taylor: A K 8 5 The flop was bad for Chappus, coming K Q 10 to pair Taylor. The turn 4 didn’t improve his hand and when the Q landed on the river there was no low hand and Taylor scooped it all, knocking Chappus out in 4th place, winning $71,728. Taylor Busts in 3rd ($97,913) Anders Taylor got all in preflop and was called by Steve Jelinek, who had him covered. Their hands: Taylor: Q Q 4 2 Jelinek: J 9 8 6 The flop was deadly for Taylor, coming 9 6 6 to give Jelinek a quick full house. The 8 turn was meaningless and the K river made sure that Jelinek was moving on to heads up and Taylor was the 3rd-place finisher. Taylor made $97,913 for his strong finish. Jelinek moved heads up holding a near 3-1 chip lead over John Gottlieb. Jelinek Wins Event No. 41, Gottlieb Out in 2nd ($151,884) John Gottlieb was just slightly shy of being even in chips with chip leader Steve Jelinek when a massive preflop raising war got Gottlieb all in with Jelinek calling. Their hands: Jetlinek: A A Q 4 Gottlieb: A K 9 5 The board connected with Jelinek’s hand best, running Q 10 8 4 5 . It was enough for Jelinek to scoop the pot and eliinate Gottlieb in second place, for which he won #151,884. Jelinek took down his first WSOP title and won $245,871.

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