Event 8: $1,500 Omaha Hi-Low Split 8-or-Better

Hellmuth Ends His Fued

Phil Hellmuth

Phil Hellmuth and Barry Hartheimer had been clashing on many occasions today, but that is all over now. Hellmuth just knocked his opponent out and luckily for us there was still plenty of chit chat going on during that final hand between the two.

With the flop reading {9-Clubs}{2-Clubs}{Q-Hearts} Hellmuth was first to act from the small blind and he threw out 5,000. "That's a little much there buddy!," Hartheimer said within a second and Hellmuth realized he could only put in 2,500. "Well I raise," Hartheimer said making it 5,000 on his own part. The third player folded and Hellmuth said, "You just wanna get it all in now?," pressuring Hartheimer who wasn't going to back down out of this one. Hellmuth put in another raise making it 7,500 and Hartheimer called with 9,500 chips left behind.

The turn was the {10-Clubs} and Hellmuth bet 5,000. "Well now we can get it in," Hartheimer laughed as he put in his last chips. Obviously Hellmuth followed with the call immediately and said, "Well I've got top set. What do you got Barry?". Hartheimer showed {A-Clubs}{J-Clubs}{8-Spades}{4-Hearts} as he said, "You shouldn't have even been in the hand with two queens", as he was looking for a blank on the river. Hellmuth had {A-Spades}{Q-Clubs}{Q-Diamonds}{10-Spades} and when the river brought out the {2-Diamonds} Hellmuth hit his full house. "I never thought it wasn't gonna come. I had one coming," Hellmuth said with a smile as Hartheimer shouted, "Payout on table #428".

Phil Hellmuth is doing very well so far and with Hartheimer gone he looks to get full control of this table.

Phil Hellmuth us 62,000 31,000
Barry Hartheimer Ulkona

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